from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. One who writes or presents editorials.
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- n. One who write opinion pieces, especially for a newspaper.
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- n. a journalist who writes editorials
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How that guy passes himself off as a reporter instead of an editorialist is beyond me.
"Don't fall for this story of patriotism," said Oscar Giannino , an editorialist and a member of a conservative think tank, in a radio address last week.
David Frum, a former editorialist for the Journal and speechwriter for George W. Bush, has opined on FrumForum that it's time to downgrade the Journal's editorial page, enumerating its instances of false and flip-flop arguments.
I dont need to read any conservative OPINION piece by an editorialist that is one of the screechmonkeys who do your thinking for you.
"Half the country loves Berlusconi and the other half thinks he's a monster," says Pierluigi Battista , an editorialist for Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera.
The Globe editorialist slams the boycotters '"one-sided world view," but the editorial takes a pretty one-sided world-view of its own: free expression must be reserved, it seems, for those on the pro-Israel side of things.
Readers are invited to speculate: what does the editorialist think is less than "ideal" about him?
Zelaya, shrieks the editorialist, used "machinations" (beware of those, as any kid with a Transformer knows) to attempt to insert a "generalissimo clause" in the Honduran constitution.
It dares, however, to set out the terms and conditions for the return of Honduras to democracy: the president must not try to bring about constitutional change, says the editorialist, even by democratic means.
Before the cons sit down to dine on that, it's worth noting, as the editorialist does, that Aboriginals make up 18.9% of the 18-29-year-olds in Saskatchewan, but only 7.5% of the undergraduate population at the university.