WSJ photo change-up

I understand regional differences in editorial selection for newspapers and different editions based on a kind of soft “stop the presses,” but really WSJ, are you pandering to us in the “Pro-America” parts of the country?

At least we should be grateful the cadet wasn’t reading “Goin’ Rogue”

The national edition on WSJ.com. Notice the four stars which usually indicates a later edition.

The national edition on WSJ.com. Notice the four stars (three on the OH edition below) which usually indicates a later edition.

The edition I got this morning. Wondering how wide the circulation of that photo is.

The edition I got this morning. Wondering how wide the circulation of that photo is.

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