How to Find the Worst Newspapers in the Least-Diverse State
The worst newspapers in the least-diverse state, New Hampshire, are some of the most-read in the nation.
They are also some of those least likely to have a negative impact on the state’s economic fortunes.
The New Hampshire Herald Tribune, the state paper of record, has a circulation of 2.1 million people, but its editorial board members include some of New Hampshire’s most anti-immigrant and anti-black residents, according to data from the U.S. Census Bureau.
The Herald Tribune is a publication owned by the New Hampshire Democratic Party and is owned by New Hampshire Newspapers, the statewide newspaper for New Hampshire.
The paper is owned and operated by the Granite State Media Group, which has a significant stake in the Herald Tribune and its editorial content.
The editorial board is dominated by a group of mostly wealthy, politically connected businessmen who have been on the editorial board for decades.
The Herald Tribune has published articles supporting the National Rifle Association and attacking President Donald Trump and Republicans in general.
The paper’s owner is James G. Hutton, who also runs the Hartford Courant newspaper.
Hutton is also the publisher of the Boston Globe.
He is known for being a vocal supporter of Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential election.
He also owns the New England Media Group and the Granites Media Group.
These companies are both owned by Connecticut-based News Corp.
News Corp. is owned, as of January, by Rupert Murdoch, a billionaire media mogul who has a stake in several newspapers and television stations.
Murdoch owns The Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, the Wall Street News and other major media companies.
In 2018, the newspaper’s circulation was reported to be at 2.9 million.
The newspaper’s editorial board includes many of the same wealthy people who are on the Herald Board.
News Corporation is a major shareholder in the New York Post.
News Corp owns the Daily News, the Post’s sports section.
Murdoch also owns The New York Times, the New Yorker and other news media companies in the United States.
NewsCorp is also one of the largest shareholders in the Boston Herald, which publishes the Herald-Tribune, a newspaper owned by Rupert Stoughton, a prominent New England businessman.
The Globe is owned in part by News Corp and in part also by News Corporation.
The Globe’s editorial boards have also included former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani and former New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin.
The Hartford Courants is owned jointly by NewsCorp and Fox Television Group.
It is owned under a new corporate structure that has not yet been announced.
Fox Television owns the American Broadcasting Companies, the American Family Association and other conservative media organizations.
Fox Television Group is a media company with interests in entertainment, sports, and news.
It also owns Fox Business Network and the Fox Sports network.