Editorial Bias

Not Exactly William Loeb III’s N.H. Union Leader Anymore

by Rick Olson January 10, 2013

“I would rather have a competent extremist than an incompetent moderate.” —Leon Jaworski In life change is inevitable. Sometimes change is good. Other times, change is not so good. Then there are times where change is merely a change that we might individually do not care much for. The New Hampshire Union Leader, once a reliably conservative […]

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Editorial Second Guessing And Blind Hypocrisy

by Rick Olson August 1, 2012

“A liar begins with making falsehood appear like truth, and ends with making truth itself appear like falsehood.”   —William Shenstone The Keene Sentinel , last Thursday, featured an editorial, positing the question, “Could an armed citizen have stopped the shooter?  But they never really answer the question and instead make an argument that we should […]

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Concord Monitor’s Editorial Shell Games

by Rick Olson May 3, 2011

“For a moment, at least, a nation united” the headline informs in the Concord Monitor. The monitor editorial continues on reflecting on the losses born out of 9/11, on the battlefields of Afghanistan and Iraq and how our lives have changed since, all of which is very stoic and reflective.  But leave it to those […]

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