There's no mention of President Trump's rhetoric in the editorial, however
An editorial in this morning's Wheeling Intelligencer wants us to reject the use of harassment in politics. Not this kind:
But the Democratic Representative Maxine Waters' kind:
"If you see anybody from (Trump’s) Cabinet in a restaurant, in a department store, at a gasoline station, you get out . . .
According to the local papers, is it something only Democrats do? And is it all Obama's fault?
In a 17-day period two months ago, the two Wheeling “newspapers” carried 23 articles that mentioned John Conyers, a Democratic African-American congressman from Michigan. (See here.) In the same period, there were three editorials that dealt only with Conyers. Both the articles and editorials dealt with the harassment charges against Conyers . . .
One more hypocrisy for our local "newspapers"
The Wheeling papers have certainly adapted well to the first year of the Trump presidency especially on subjects for which they routinely criticized the Obama administration. For the year, the "newspapers" have yet to criticize Trump for his use of executive orders -- something that was a regular feature of editorials and . . .
Coverage of a black Democrat (Conyers) vs. a white Republican (Farenthold)
Here are some excerpts from three recent Wheeling News-Register editorials on Democratic Congressman John Conyers from Michigan:
From the Monday, Nov 27 editorial titled
“If Guilty, Conyers Should Be Removed”
According to the News-Register:
Using the power conferred upon one by voters to . . .
Wheeling “newspapers” and our congressional representative on the CBO and the national debt
The local "newspapers"
Wikipedia describes the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) as
a federal agency within the legislative branch of the United States government that provides budget and economic information to Congress.
As it and other sources point out, it's nonpartisan as it reviews the . . .
Our local “newspapers” continue their anti-gun control crusade
Putting words in the mouths of local police officials
As I’ve written on a number of occasions, most newspaper readers read only the headlines and the headline on Tuesday’s front page article tells us:
Wheeling Police: More Gun Restrictions Wouldn’t Have Stopped Las Vegas Massacre
Most of what is in the . . .
(Just wondering -- does anybody there actually read the editorials before they are published?)
The lead editorial in this afternoon’s Wheeling News-Register, “Wait For Facts On Mass Killing,” counsels us to wait for more information before we draw any conclusion about the Las Vegas massacre. The opening sentence tells us:
The only conclusion shocked Americans should draw in the immediate aftermath of the of the horrifying . . .