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I tend to agree with the second half of this mea culpa. For the first half, it seems more like you are making excuses for her behavior because you happen to agree with her politically. That is all well and good if you agree with her views; however, don't wrap yourself in "journalist's creedo about truth is truth" because it sounds too self-serving.
I am more concerned with her truthfulness and integrity as it relates the multiple reports that she has given to area law enforcement concerning possible bias crimes. If those really didn't happen (and we don't know that but her truthfulness and veracity is now in question) then we have big problem. It doesn't do anyone any favors when possible bias crimes are hoaxes and it brings out the knuckle-draggers who believe that all bias crimes are hoaxes.
Lastly, if you are looking for a new columnist then do a better job of vetting.
Wow, two good Robert Herold columns in a row. Positive and not blaming people who disagree with him politically. Kudos.
They are bad but not as bad as Indiana. Right.
Best news anchor - Stephanie Vigil. Really? Collectively, are we that stupid?
The full title to the article was promising and then Herold just turns it into his regular "the right is even worse" article. He is just a tired old lefty writing the same old tired left wing stuff.
Wow, it only took a couple of weeks for the Obamabots to call those 47 US Senators traitors.
As a political scientist, you realize that the President is completely disregarding the checks and balances between Congress and the Executive branches and that group called the President on it.
"...fewer than half their high school graduates moving on to higher education. As a result, we're not producing enough qualified workers for the fields that are fueling the 21st century economy."
Is higher education the only route to go? I am not sure I agree with your assumption. A trade is a perfectly legitimate and lucrative career path.
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