Chance for paper to be more fair

Regarding Sid Schwab’s Sunday column, “Liberal, as in a wide range of ideas.” It must have been one of the last acts of the Washington Post to inflict Schwab on us. His patois was bogus from the start. With new ownership in place, this would be a good time to hire some non-liberal writers, and fair out the newspaper. Cut out the PC BS.

There’s a whole, bright world of reality out there.

The Post and the Boston Globe were only interested in a one party system, and almost went out of business.

The Seattle PI — all done. L.A. Times is next.

Everett is changing. The Herald can be part of that, or remain garden variety.

Ian Burrows


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