Editors read other newspapers rather than just focusing on their issues. We do it to try to be better informed. To go without a daily newspaper to us is like missing a meal — make it two meals, or missing a monthly breakfast at the Washington Elks Lodge.
We, just like other newspaper readers, get upset with some of the other newspapers we read, just as some readers get upset with some issues of The Missourian for whatever reasons. We read on a daily basis the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, usually not agreeing with many of its editorials, and The Wall Street Journal, which we consider the best daily newspaper in the country and its conservative slant is excellent. On Sundays, we read The New York Times, which is available via home delivery here, and it’s printed at the Columbia Daily Tribune.
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