Oklahoma politicians make national news for reasons you would have guessed; Ohio continues to wish there was some sort of way to figure out how to legalize weed; Ohio police appear not to get why people want them to wear body cams and more.
Everywhere I’ve worked and regardless of the medium, I’ve heard similar reader complaints: “You got it wrong.”
And the too-frequent follow-up: “If you can’t get something that simple right, how can I trust the rest of what you report?”
Texas town spends $60 million on high school football stadium; good folks of the internet offer helpful assistance with George Zimmerman's punk-ass gun sale; historic mosaic pieces coming to a convention center near you and more.
In some European communities, Christians
sought to avoid or mitigate plague with processions of men whipping
themselves bloody as they moaned through the narrow streets. Those unfailingly ineffective attempts to
appease a loving God came to mind as I followed the comments of today’s
penitent political journalists.
Ted Cruz emulates humanoid behavior by talking about 'could have would have should have'; Facebook adds new feature to appear thankful without actually having to say it; local hipster points accrued for celebrating Mother's Day before it was cool and more.
Nefarious weasel takes time out of busy day to knock superconducting machine offline; Colorado gets high enough to come up with radical idea; washed-up liquor spokesperson brings bankruptcy and bad attitude to Coney Town and more.
In spite of its January
declaration of a new day, TheEnquirer’s latest offering — a show of support for tearing down the
Dennison Hotel building on Main Street — was a typical ode to the powers that be.
Here’s the perfect story for some
aspiring TV journalist passing through Cincinnati and eager for an
award-winning clip: Ask hospitals and other institutions/businesses why
they post their signs banning deadly weapons inside.
Dayton becomes first Ohio city to take stance against other states that are dumb; spawn of Donald Trump avoid having to vote for evil father; celebration of new soccer team's first win includes theft of team's banner and more.
State department advises ugly Americans to stay home and watch TV on Spring Break; John Kasich reportedly willing to start talking about being 'on fleek' and swagger'; bored with fucking up the government, tea party legislators leave office and more.