Maybe it is no wonder print newspapers are dying.
Late on Friday last week, Sen. Mary Landrieu (D-LA) dropped a bombshell. Landrieu broke federal law 43 times by charging taxpayers for private plane flights to campaign fundraising events, costing taxpayers $33,727.02.
But apparently, these four Louisiana newspapers did not find Landrieu’s 43 violations of federal law front-page newsworthy. Here are four of the state’s largest newspapers that left out the Landrieu-chartergate scandal on their Sunday front-pages.
The Lake Charles American Press
The Shreveport Times
The Lafayette Daily Advertiser