What should you think about the news you read in the Chillicothe Gazette?
Hopefully the Chillicothe Gazette gives you accurate and complete news. But what if it doesn’t? How will you know?
The goal of this site is to point out the inaccuracy or bias of some of the news and opinions you see in the Gazette. It will also point out some of the news you don’t see. Hopefully over time this will make the Chillicothe Gazette a more reliable news source.
“Hardly a day goes by when there isn’t an article or opinion piece in the Chillicothe Gazette that I don’t find worthy of commented. Watching the Chillicothe Gazette is almost a full time job”
Alan R. Davis 09/10/2020
If you think you should contact either the Gazette or Gannett about their content you can write them at:
Gazette: Editor; Chillicothe Gazette; 50 W. Main Street; Chillicothe, OH 45601
Gannett: Maribel Perez Wadsworth; President; Gannett News; 7590 Jones Branch Drive; McLean, VA 22107-0150
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Recent Article Reviews:
“If Republicans belong to the Republican Party wouldn’t Democrats belong to the Democrat Party? If Republican can be both a noun and adjective, why isn’t Democrat both a noun and adjective?”
“From 1791 to 1969 the basic principle that our nation’s finances was based on was debt was something a strong nation worked to avoid. We actually eliminated the nation’s debt after the War of 1812 and eliminated two thirds of our debt after the Civil War. Beginning with 1970 using debt even during times of prosperity and relative peace became an accepted policy. That has resulted in only four surpluses in the past fifty-two years and eleven projected deficits on top of those.”
“Hopefully the recent electricity crisis in Texas is a “wake-up” call to all of us that green energy means unreliable electricity and unreliable electricity isn’t compatible with modern civilization. Hopefully it’s enough to stop us from going down a destructive path to 100% renewable energy sources.”
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