Dayton Daily News

There’s facts- and then there is the Dayton Daily news: Dayton Commission edition.

This isn’t anything new, Trump talked about “Fake news” for a long time, but the Dayton Daily news tries to believe it has competent staff. First error in yesterdays story about the latest election: Fairchild managed to pull it off in 2018, when he defeated the endorsed candidate and newcomer Daryl Ward in a special Read More

Aaron Hartley has been placed on interim remedial suspension. “Newspaper” finally finds story

Today, the Chief Justice of the Ohio Supreme Court yanked Kettering Divorce Attorney Aaron Hartley’s law license for an indefinite period of time. You can read the decision here: Hartley filed an incoherent response this morning, blaming everyone but himself for his situation. Conveniently skirting the issue of his repeated sexual relationships with vulnerable women Read More

Is it news? Or is it Esrati?

There’s an old ad, is it butter or is it Parkay? In Dayton, there’s the official news outlets- and then there’s me with Esrati.com On Tuesday night, I posted what may be a pivotal news story- one that talks about the Federal Government’s ability to allow criminals to run for office, while under indictment. It Read More

Dayton Day-Old News – losing more institutional knowledge

The Cox sisters don’t want to be in the news business and are doing the best they can to kill off any chance of survival by producing a crappy product of day old news, printed in Indianapolis and delivered late daily in Dayton. They are in the cable business- and think that their Cox cash Read More

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