One of my favorite periodic blogs: Once again, another editorial you’ll never see in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

The Journal Sentinel is a liberal newspaper. It’s painfully obvious. Even a first year journalism student can figure that out.

Oh, the higher ups will jump and scream and wail and gnash their teeth in total denial, and point to their Pulitzer Prize awards (meaningless when their critical circulation continues to plummet).

Given their unquestionable left leanings it’s clear they’d prefer the current governor get no positive press, or any of the sort that would point to a success by the administration.

Witness the daily onslaught of negative reporting assaulting the Foxconn deal, the best in the history of the state. To read the paper you’d think plagues will descend upon America’s Dairyland.

I now bring you an editorial example from Kenosha that no editorial writer at the MJS would ever write. No columnist either, with the possible exception of Christian Schneider.

Oh, wait. Schneider would never write anything like the following. Schneider only bashes his fellow Republicans.

From the Kenosha News:

At a time when many states wonder how they will cope with the uncertain economic future that engulfs them, Wisconsin can take a step back to reflect. Our state is booming, and we in Southeast Wisconsin are going to prosper as a result.

Read it all right here because you won’t read anything close to it in the MJS.

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