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  • n. Plural form of editorialist.


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  • Even those I would think who started out in Journalism, but then wrap their own opinions into the facts they are presenitng have become "editorialists" more than journalists, Or for the few that display some sort of skill with writing, essayists.


  • They turned into a bunch of biased 'editorialists' decades ago.

    Medlogs - Recent stories

  • The one thing we've seen from Biz Stone and his brood is that they're responsive to users, but not to outside pressures (such as editorialists begging them to get acquired by Google or Microsoft to feed the maw of media frenzy).

    InformationWeek - All Stories And Blogs

  • As Israeli opposition parties, peace and human rights activists, and editorialists denounced their prime minister's intransigence in the face of President Barack Obama's peace initiative, Congressional Democrats here in the United States have instead joined their Republican counterparts in lining up to support the right-wing Israeli leader's defiance.

    Stephen Zunes: Netanyahu's Speech and the Democrats' Dangerous Embrace of Extremism

  • In 2007, editorialists waxed indignant about Putin “anointing his successor,” as if an incumbent endorsing a colleague was something unique to Russia.

    The Return

  • As editorialists picked up their pens yesterday, Angela Merkel qualified her pro-nuclear leanings, putting all her plans up for review and suggesting that everything needed thinking through afresh after the Japanese flood.

    Nuclear power: After the flood | Editorial

  • Football coaches roar and storm in their locker-room speeches at halftime to fire up the team, and American politicians, editorialists, and activists of various sorts have roared and stormed precisely because they have known this is the way the nation is roused to action.

    How America Can Rise Again

  • Meanwhile, here is a description of the gimmicks-laden budget Democrats' budget in lieu of Republicans voting for tax extensions, widely panned by editorialists around the state.

    William Bradley: Jerry Brown's Big Budget Veto, and Where It Goes From Here

  • Reuters Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi Last Sunday, crowds of women gathered in piazzas across the country to demand Mr. Berlusconi's resignation, and female editorialists have attacked him viciously.

    Berlusconi: Undone by La Dolce Vita?

  • There was a time, nearly a generation ago, when Italian editorialists lamented the lack of sex scandals atop their society, and even expressed bitterness that the British were the winners in the category.

    Berlusconi: Undone by La Dolce Vita?


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