Inky Suffers Alien Abduction? — What we want to know is who took the editorial staff of The Philadelphia Inquirer and what have they done with them.
Today’s edition — and Sunday is the declining daily’s biggest circulation day — featured a double deck extra-large-type, front-page headline declaring how rising uber-lib Democrat star Attorney General Kathleen Kane shut down an corruption investigation started by embattled Republican Gov. Tom Corbett.
Ms. Kane is treated rather harshly in the story, and apparently appropriately so.
Even more amazingly the story contains this paragraph:
Sources with knowledge of the sting said the investigation made financial pitches to both Republicans and Democrats, but only Democrats accepted the payments.
So, has the Inky suffered an alien abduction?
If the Inquirer and their fellows did this kind of work in 2008 and 2012 we might not have had the mind-numbing incompetent we have in the White House.
The peoples of Iran and Syria might free and not living in fear. Venezuelans might have gotten their civil rights back. The Ukraine might not be worrying about an invasion.
And Americans with serious preexisting conditions might not have lost their health care.