Oct. 27: “Electoral College takes center stage as election nears”

“If this was meant to be a “fair and balanced” article, where were the comments by the “Constitutional Scholar” that understands why the Founding Fathers put the Electoral College in place and defends it. There are many of them out there. But Josh couldn’t seem to find one? Or did he not attempt to find one? Or was this really a piece to cast doubt on the Electoral College, not fairly report on it?”

Oct. 27: “Study: Plan could create 2.3M jobs”

“The subheading of the article is “Nonprofit program aims to help Appalachia”. That is certainly a great goal. And bringing towns back to life is a great service. BUT reporting on the proposal needs to make sense and not much of the reporting in this article makes good sense.”

Oct. 19: “Is Facebook ready for potential election disruption?”

“The Associated Press seems to be more concerned with making sure that Facebook and Twitter are blocking unfavorable stories related to VP Biden rather than reporting on the extent of the corruption his son and he were involved in. It appears Gannett and the Chillicothe Gazette are part of that effort too.”

Oct. 14: “Barrett won’t commit to recusal in vote cases”

“We hope that presidents nominate individuals who, once they are confirmed, will make decisions based on what the Constitution says about the case. If that’s the case, then why would we suspect Amy Coney Barrett wouldn’t vote based the facts? Is it because she was nominated by President Trump? Or because she is a conservative?”