The people in this community must really love the daily newspaper.
Every day, it seems, someone provides grist for front-page stories that usually carry over to inside pages. There is always a fresh murder, rape, child molestation, robbery, car theft, or drug offense involving heroin, cocaine or marijuana. On slow days, there are reports of horrific traffic accidents and thefts from charities, businesses or government offices.
And when things really slow down, local government steps up and brings us fresh courtroom dramas involving all of the foregoing.
There is hardly any room in the daily morning paper for the shenanigans of the White House and the Congress, especially the latter.
Francis X. Archibald