In the comments section, there was a comment from JB with a link to the Chief's blogsite, which highlighted the sensibility of the articles focus on TOMMY!:
I really don't know what to make of Jessica McBride's weird post on Darshan Dhaliwal, the gas station owner currently under investigation for sketchy business practices in Milwaukee. McBride's pissed that the MJS didn't mention his financial contributions to other candidates (more on this in a second) and that's fine, but is anyone really surprised that the article focused on Dhaliwal's relationship with Tommy Thompson? After all, it's one thing to be a donor, it's quite another to be an intimate associate...
You can read the rest here.
On further news, apparently, McBride complained to the paper, as she has a new post, in which the reporter responded that no bias was intended. McBride, however, was having no part of this. Her refusal to accept this might have been due to another line the reporter included in her email to McBride (emphasis mine):
As difficult as it might be to accept for those who thrive on stoking division in the community, I sincerely hope the explanation quells any concerns or confusion about bias and motivation on my part or the part of the Journal Sentinel.
Mmm, it appears she knows about McBride as well.
Well, McBride was going to let this go and apparently wrote to the editors of the paper, which we already know to be conservative, who have printed a correction.
We're waiting to see if she changes the name of her blog to "McBride: Public Avenger." Well, that's more likely than McBride correcting any inaccuracies on her site.