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What's New in Version 3.0.9
Adds support for iPhone X
No investigative reporting
The improvements made since the lost of competition has been remarkable. However the RIF of people has begun to take a toll on the quality of reporting I feel. We all know that Hawaii is a 2 Party State, there’s the City of Honolulu and the State of Hawaii parties, both Democratic Parties seem in constant battles with each other. Both waste the taxpayers money. Investigative reporting is almost nonexistent in Hawaii. Finally your comic pages are excellent! My favorite and have to read! Please make them easier to find! Your app and newspaper hide them.
Severe anti-Republican bias
Considering you have a monopoly on daily newspapers in this market, you need to be unbiased in news coverage. Your extreme anti-Republican bias is really obvious: Daily anti-Trump/Republican cartoons. Headlines twisted to make the good things President Trump does look bad. Example: in story on “ASEAN-Way handshake” in today’s paper, did you really need to say, “Trump initially did the handshake incorrectly?” You would not have done that to President Obama. And, you frequently use the word “touts,” giving a good thing sort of a negative twist. Today on page A2: “Trump touts ‘very big steps’ on trade during his Asia trip.”
Also your headline writer needs to get priorities straightened. Many days, the most trivial thing becomes a front page headline. Today, for example.”West Coast Crisis” on the homeless problem in Seattle. Interesting, but hardly front page news in Hawaii.
Love the Big Q!
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- Category: News
- Updated: Nov 07, 2017
- Version: 3.0.9
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- Seller: Oahu Publications Inc.
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