WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 2023
TRUMP’S NINE-HUNDRED-AND-SEVENTEENTH DAY OUT OF OFFICE
AND HERE’S THE LATEST FROM THE MCNAUGHTON SKETCHBOOK
NEARLY THIRTY-TWO YEARS AGO TODAY…
Edition #61 (published on July 30, 1991) of the original printed edition of The Whistleblower (not the Newswire) was delivered to Persons of Consequence all over town. It was our “Having No Problem Sleeping At Night” Issue, and our Really Big Story was all about No More Mr. Nice Guy For Steve Chabot; Our Top Ten List listed the top ten ways you know you’re being examined by a fake doctor. Plus there was a a story that St. Ignatius may have been Jewish.
Page Two with Real Editorials by Publisher Charles Foster Kane about how the three GOP County Commissioners had shot themselves in the foot by organizing a “Tax Force” committee to sanitize their long predicted sales tax increase. Real Facts reported on the CAC was featuring photography of serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer. Mickey Esposito was mugged in the Weekly Whistleblower Limerick Contest. There was a promo for Whistleblower Publisher Charles Foster Kane’s appearance on a 55 WKRC Radio program, plus we had an ad from the Downtown Cincinnati Hotel Managers Association claiming they treated ever guest like a white man. Page Three featured Cheap Shots at Felonious Fundraiser Dickie Weiland, Butler County Sheriff Clean Dick Holtzberger and a Jeff Ruby testimonial for Beano, as well as also another Real Guest Editorial by Bunky Tadwell (this one was about how politically correct it was for men to wear women’s clothing).
Page Four was for our regular weekly Real Letters From Real Readers column, and Another Exclusive Whistleblower Report featured a story about Republican Cincinnati City Councilman Nick Vehr’s term limits scheme. Soreheads in the suburbs told why new Hamilton County Republican Chairman Gene Ruehlman was sending letters of appreciation to Republican Township Trustees and Clerks, and Andy Furman let it be known why AP Stringer Bill Staulbitz had been banned from the Cincinnati Reds free food line. Page Five featured Ken Camboo’s Bluegrass Holler saying Campbell County Attorney Lou Ball was celebrating his big $175,000 settlement check from Kentucky Post Editor Judy Clabes. Northern Kentucky Bureau Chief J.R. Hatfield was talking the type of clubs you might find in Northern Kentucky. There was also an ad for Doc West, Frontier Gynecologist.
And Page Six included Hotline Hang-ups (some of the anonymous calls received on the Whistleblower Hotline, and in Real Gossip by Linda Libel, we heard more about Debra Richardson, Pete Rose, Sandra Beckwith, President Bush, Clarence Thomas, Teddy Kennedy, Dr. Slumlord, Jerry Galvin, Jerry Springer, Icky Woods, Stan Solomon, Chris Sabo, Joe Deters, Joel Hyatt, Leslie Isaiah Gaines, Aaron Pryor, Lori Holladay, and Jodie Foster, whose name was also in The Blower earler today. It’s really hard to believe how good The Whistleblower was in those days.
You can download that entire edition HERE.