What is the greatest newspaper in the United States, the paper that covers more topics and provides the broadest coverage? I used to think the New York Times the best. It is the only newspaper I have subscribed to other than my home town rag wherever my home town happen to be. I also like the Washington Post, especially back in the years when it had a strong Religious Editor. Back when I was working and managing a large sales territory, every day at noon I bought a copy of USA Today because of its varied coverage. Today with the financial crunch on print news you can only read a few copies a month before you are cut off and must subscribe to read more. I liked the NYT because you got both liberal and conservative viewpoints and often a few good independent political articles. I recently looked at the top fifteen newspapers by circulation. I have at one time or the other read them all for various reasons. Of course there are many very good newspapers with less circulation. I used to think the Ft. Worth Star Telegram was one of the finest newspapers in the country. I still read it occasionally online. In fact most of the reading I do today, especially news, is done online. I will admit I watch very little television. When we moved to Norman I turned the television over to my wife. I have a recent iMac desktop and two older iPads. If I had one of Apples phones I’d keep it handy but I have an old Alcatel phone and Tracfone is the provider. It does not take photos nor can you text with it. It has large numbers for an older person who may not see too well and is only carried when I leave the house. In today’s America I really don’t expect too many to read a national press publication but did wonder if anyone other than myself did, knowing of course it is not important one way or the other, merely conversation that will go nowhere.