Local Pravda headline editors apparently don't read the stories.
Here's the meat of a local item:
...A survey, which was answered by 467 respondents, listed law enforcement, visionary, problem-solving, decision making and community and citizen focus as the top competencies people want to see in the new police chief. ...
The headline on the "Communities West" page reads:
Wauwatosa Seeks 'Integrity' in Its Next Police Chief.
And on top of the actual story?
After a year of unrest in the city, Wauwatosa residents are calling for the next police chief to be a community builder
What happened to the #1 priority listed above, "LAW ENFORCEMENT"?
It died in the manure-pile of Pravda's progressive/Marxist politics.
Well, it's worth 10 cents/day, right?
"Well, it's worth 10 cents/day, right?"
OK. How about 5 cents/day?
Nope. I feel overcharged when it is free.
The print edition of the Journal sentinel is $$550.00 per year. At this point I would call it an elder scam.
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