What do you know? The lowly Dayton Daily News was mentioned in the Wall Street Journal. Of course, not in a flattering light… how could a paper that is the po-dunk, New York Times wanna-be, high school-journalism-quality, ever be mentioned favorably? John Taranto notes that the Dayton newspaper (with offices in Kettering and printing presses in Franklin) appears to have endorsed both candidates (Chris Widener and Reed Madden) in a state election.
Is this considered talking out of both sides of your mouth?