Herald opinion page has too many liberals, socialists

I would have thought that the vicious anti-Trump screeds in The Herald might have abated while we all rallied as our president did his best to lead us through this crisis, but alas.

I can only imagine how Sid Schwab would have howled had Obama been in office and anyone dared to criticize him. I think Trump is doing an extremely good job of handling this. I also think it way past time The Herald stopped devoting so much space to liberal/socialist and Trump-hating columnists.

The Herald should have an even number of conservative and liberal writers, and they should appear evenly. In case they are unaware of any other conservatives other than the paltry couple they rarely publish, I include the following list to help them out. Brent Bozell, Mona Charen, Linda Chavez, Ann Coulter, Maggie Gallagher, Rich Lowry, Dennis Prager, Thomas Sowell, Cal Thomas and Walter Williams.

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