An anti-Hillary editorial that uses both
Yesterday's Intelligencer editorial, "Reject Clinton Energy Claims," is another in a long line of anti-Clinton editorials and it's use of evidence remains true to Intelligencer form.
Take this paragraph for example:
For many families, the cost of government limits on using coal to generate electricity already . . .
Fact-checking an Intelligencer editorial
Here is this morning's Intelligencer editorial titled "Kerry to Press: Shut Up."
During a visit to Bangladesh Monday, Secretary of State John Kerry had some advice for the press: Stop scaring people. Cut back on those reports of terrorist atrocities.
Kerry — who, incidentally, was in Bangladesh to seek more help in the war . . .
Given their attitude toward facts, is this surprising?
This afternoon's lead editorial in the Wheeling News-Register takes the AP fact checker to task for (how can I delicately put this?) actually checking the facts. Here is how the editorial begins:
One of those "fact check" analyses of presidential candidate Donald Trump's speech on the economy made the limits of such writing . . .