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 . . .
After Friday's "Trump: Hillary Waging Costly 'War on Energy' " (see below), Saturday became "attack Hillary/ignore Donald" day. A Google search of potential Clinton and Trump news stories yields numerous AP reports (see the polls below, for instance) that might have been used in Saturday's . . .
Page 5 of this morning's "newspaper" carried part of an AP story that examined how candidates' Clinton and Trump responded to the recent police shootings of black men. The Intelligencer headline reads:
Clinton, Trump Decry Latest Cop Shootings
Unfortunately for those interested in how both . . .
Ignoring another Trump 2nd Amendment solution for Hillary Clinton
On Friday Donald Trump suggested another 2nd Amendment solution for Hillary Clinton. Here is how the New York Times described it that night:
MIAMI — Donald J. Trump once again raised the specter of violence against Hillary Clinton, suggesting Friday that the Secret Service agents who guard her voluntarily disarm to “see what . . .
"Fair and balanced" coverage of the health issue
Here are six paragraphs from today's balanced AP story on the candidates' health: the first two paragraphs summarize their health, the next two describe Trump's "swipe" at Clinton for her brief absence, and the last two feature Clinton's . . .
Yesterday, I commented on the Intelligencer editorial that attacked Hillary Clinton's for her assertion that half of Donald Trump's followers were racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, and Islamophobic ("deplorables"). The paper's defense was that she was attacking them because they disagreed with her; Trump's own . . .
You can't miss it - it's at the top of today's Intelligencer front page. Yes, in a font size worthy of the end of a world war, the death of a president, or David McKinley speaking to a veteran's group, we learn:
FBI Holding Hillary’s Emails on Benghazi
The Associated Press article that follows tells . . .