Part of the problem

Editor misleads on judicial reform

Posted: February 27, 2013 at 3:38 a.m.

Paul Greenberg writes in an editorial on February 16th that the reforms advocated by the Judicial Election Task Force, which I chaired, would be tax-supported.

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Editorial, Pages 19 on 02/27/2013


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Well, well, we begin Wed morning all fair n' balanced.
>>More people need to speak up and challenge him when his facts are wrong or when his statements are so misleading<<
It's true. However, the powers that roll in "ink by the barrel" only allow the peanut gallery 250 words of official space per month to combat the usual 10,000 words of dishonest, misleading or poorly constructed arguments which the editorial page chief sees fit to fill op-ed space.
No wonder subscription rates are declining. They get to write their own demise.

Posted by: cdawg

February 27, 2013 at 4:41 a.m. ( | suggest removal )