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No Shoving, Please


I am a Realtor in the Northwest, and I now spend my life as a senior half in Santa Barbara and half in Seattle. I was appalled at your front cover!

Isn’t a newspaper supposed to publish newly received or noteworthy information, especially about recent or important events, be a published “report” of news? Even Webster says: “new information or a report about something that has happened recently, information that is reported in a newspaper, magazine, television news program, etc., someone or something that is exciting and in the news.”

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Nowhere in these definitions does it say “opinions.” Isn’t that supposed to be printed in the Editorial page? Is the media so afraid that Donald Trump might be elected and have decided that it’s a bad option for America. Yes, please be brave enough to have an opinion — but do not shove your opinions down our throats!

I’m sick at heart at how slanted the media has become. It’s not news any longer but the opinion of the Liberals and their backing:

There are 1,500 newspapers, 1,100 magazines, 9,000 radio stations, 1,500 TV stations, and 2,400 publishers in the U.S.

• Former ABC News executive producer Ian Cameron is married to Susan Rice, national security adviser.

CBS President David Rhodes is the brother of Ben Rhodes, Obama’s deputy national security adviser for strategic communications.

ABC News correspondent Claire Shipman is married to former White House press secretary Jay Carney.

• Former ABC News and Univision reporter Matthew Jaffe is married to Katie Hogan, Obama’s former deputy press secretary.

ABC President Ben Sherwood is the brother of Obama’s Special Adviser Elizabeth Sherwood.

CNN Vice President and head of its Washington Bureau Virginia Moseley is married to Hillary Clinton’s former deputy secretary Tom Nides.

Do you think there might be a little bias in the news over the last eight years? You’ve been “bought”; I’m ashamed of you!

P.S. I dare you to print this.



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