Fox News’ Greg Gutfeld has a blog about the struggling newspaper industry (he’s not the first person to right about this issue). He actually took an opportunity to bash USA Today a little for one of its cover stories (one on Michelle Obama … amazing that a Fox News person would be upset about a cover story on someone named Obama). Gutfeld is of the belief that these kinds of stories are indicative of the struggling newspaper industry (a lack or original stories and a lack of creativity). He is right in that newspapers have failed to adapt to the kinds of stories their readers want (particularly with so much available on the Internet and breaking news being delivered to people almost instantly online, through television and radio) and that is a major reason they have fallen behind. Print newspaper headlines generally are old by the time they reach you with your morning coffee. Heck, some newspapers have been slow even to realize the value of an online edition of their paper (some are still stupid and trying to charge for any online content). Gutfeld should also realize that the print newspaper business is struggling because expenses (ink, paper, personnel, gas for delivery, etc.) are going up and (in many cases) advertising revenue is going down. We are becoming far more digital and print newspapers are dying a slow (and in some cases) painful death.