Pointing out bias is important My thanks to George Sullivan, of Centennial, for his excellent letter to the editor earlier this month. He stated what I wanted to say, but more elequently than I might …
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Pointing out bias is important
My thanks to George Sullivan, of Centennial, for his excellent letter to the editor earlier this month. He stated what I wanted to say, but more elequently than I might have. He pointed out that President Trump is only enforcing laws and decrees put forth by previous administrations.
I was delighted that Greg Neirling of Centennial got his comment on today’s journalism published in the paper’s same edition. Two conservative opinions on one page! When I count the responses in the “officials react” column, usually the Democrats outnumber the Republicans. And when they are equal, some of the Republicans are merely mouthing liberal opinions. We call them RINOs — Republican in name only.
So I can see the bias even in our local Colorado Community Media. To change that, conservatives need to vote in November. And read your local paper carefully and let them know when you see opinions masquerading as facts.
Mary Ann McCoy
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