One column isn’t enough ‘balance’

Regarding the Tuesday letter, “Paper balanced, society is not”: It never ceases to amaze me about liberals. The Herald runs Liberal editorial articles almost five days week with an overload on Sunday. The writer seems to think one column a week with Charles Krauthammer is balance. You got be kidding me! At least Krauthammer is articulate in his presentation of his views even though many may disagree with him.

I read the columns by Eugene Robinson but normally do not agree with him because I believe he appears to write about race more than anything else, but I don’t complain about him and appreciate is views sometime. The rest of the daily editorials are again usually liberal in content with the Sunday overload. I guess the writer calls this balance. Also, maybe the poverty levels would be reduced if we had a President that leads the country instead of campaigning 24/7.

Ed Masar

Mill Creek

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