I truly love reading the New York Post and usually appreciate the fact that it charts its own editorial path.
“In Missouri we have many advantages over Alabama,” says an editorial in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
There have been no protests of note; the editorial pages have remained conspicuously silent.
“We have the most hilarious meetings,” says Coles, who oversees an editorial staff of 50 or so, including half a dozen men.
This editorial is a gut punch to an already staggering campaign.
The news came out in next day's "Spouter," with a string of good wishes from the editorial chair for the happy pair.
In using the editorial we here I do not mean, however, to include myself.
"That settles it," cried the editorial writer to the exchange editor, with mock jubilation.
If he knew the Globe, there would sure as Space be an editorial.
Then followed an editorial denouncing the outrage and demanding proofs.
An article in a newspaper or magazine expressing the opinion of the editor or publisher.