Occasionally, I get a call or email from an angry reader.
Well, maybe a little more than occasionally, but who’s counting?
One of the most common complaints is how this newspaper is “biased,” though there are few examples. In fact, most of those kinds of complaints are directed at the opinion pages — a place where anyone can be biased.
I think with the mishmash of cable news programs now being consumed, people forget the distinction between the news and opinions. Many of the prime time sho...
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