Recent Examples of editorialist from the Web
This week, an editorialist in Der Spiegel called for an end to the Merkel era—a position unthinkable months ago—saying her emphasis on stability was in fact causing more instability.
That includes the Pulitzer Prize winners and the snarky letters and even the not-so-wise editorialists.
The editorialists encourage regular physical activity, a low-sugar, Mediterranean-style diet and stress reduction to improve quality of life and reduce the risk of heart disease.
Evidently in the eyes of the editorialist, what Vick did to dogs is more heinous than what Tyreke Hill did to the mother of his baby.
Contributing to the problem, many in the media and bloggers have evolved from reporters to editorialists and provokers spreading misinformation and sensationalism.
CRFB President Maya MacGuineas, a frequent speaker and editorialist on the deficit, collected about $394,000 in compensation in 2015, the latest year reported.
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