• August 7, 2021

Which ads are on the front pages of every major U.S. newspaper?

The front pages are not always the most important thing in a newspaper, but they are important.

That’s because they determine how readers view a story.

For example, a story about a murder might be about a family feud.

The front page of The New York Times might be dominated by a photo of a child, while The Washington Post or The Wall Street Journal would be dominated with a story on the president.

The Times has a strong editorial independence and, with its long-running Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporting, it is one of the most trusted news organizations in the world.

But newspapers have their own agenda.

As one reporter recently put it, “When it comes to print, the paper is the most valuable commodity in the marketplace.”

Here are some of the top stories from the last week of the year that have made the front page.

1.

“LONDON MARTYRDOG: THE SLEEPING GIRL” By Caitlin MacIsaac, The Wall St. Journal article The UK parliament’s health committee has voted to support a bill to extend the life of the oldest patient in the country, a 65-year-old dementia patient, by three months.

The move was backed by the government and doctors, and was hailed as a victory for patients.

But critics called the legislation a “slap in the face” for patients who are suffering from dementia.

“It’s an attack on people with dementia,” said Dr. David Sargent, a professor of neurology at the University of London and director of the Centre for Alzheimer’s Research and Therapy.

“People with dementia have all the rights and responsibilities that other people have.

They are entitled to their time and they should not be subject to a system that’s trying to destroy their dignity.”

The U.K. parliament will vote on the measure next month, and its result will be final.

2.

“THE NEW YORK TIMES: ‘WELL BE HOME’ AND THE TRUTH” By Jason Samenow, The New Yorker article A Pulitzer Prize winner and former Washington Post reporter who has been critical of the government for years, Robert Parry spent years investigating a corruption scandal in the Clinton administration that led to the impeachment of President Bill Clinton.

His new book, “The Truth about the Clintons,” focuses on the role of a former White House aide named Heather Podesta, who was involved in a number of controversies, including the Clinton Foundation’s financial mismanagement.

Podesta is the subject of a lawsuit by New York Magazine that alleges she took money from foreign governments for personal purposes.

Podesta did not respond to requests for comment.

3.

“I AM HERE” By Jonathan Chait, Slate article In a recent column, Chait asked, “Can’t the president simply declare war on the news media?”

In response, former White Trump adviser Stephen Miller argued that the president should have a “moral obligation” to attack the media.

“The fact is that journalists are at war with the American public,” he said.

“They’re trying to make our lives less difficult, to make it more uncomfortable, to undermine our freedoms.

It’s time to start thinking about war on journalism.”

4.

“WHITE HOUSE’S DEBATE ON MEDICARE” By Ryan Reilly, The Washington Examiner article President Donald Trump will be back on Capitol Hill Thursday to address the issue of the Affordable Care Act.

In the past few days, Trump has made headlines by threatening to pull federal funds from Planned Parenthood, by calling the health care law a “total and complete disgrace,” and by calling for a new review of Medicare.

But this week, his health and human services secretary, Tom Price, will likely be testifying before Congress to defend the law.

Price is a Republican who, according to Politico, “has no experience in public health.”

5.

“DANNY RODGERSON SAYS HE IS ON ‘PRETTY SAD’ FOR TALKING ABOUT HIS VIRGINIA HEALTH CARE RUSH” By Laura Ingraham, The Blaze article Dan DiSalvo, the vice president of communications for former Sen. Joe Biden’s (D-Del.) reelection campaign, will speak at the Values Voter Summit on Friday, a summit sponsored by the Family Research Council and hosted by the Values Voters Summit Network.

DiSalvas is known for his aggressive and often controversial style of speaking.

He was a surrogate for Republican Sen. Cory Gardner (R-Colo.) during the GOP primaries.

The two were friends during their campaigns.

Di Salvo will not be in attendance for Friday’s event.

6.

“TRUMP IS TURNING TO THE RIGHT” By Sarah Posner, The Hill article Donald Trump has been in a slump for months, as the White House and his allies have been struggling to convince Americans that the Republican president has a message that is different from his previous campaign.

Trump is turning to the right, as his party