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a journalist who writes editorials

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Mushahidullah said that young columnists should make thorough study of historical events to enhance their knowledge, saying that only knowledge-based writing could attract the readers.
He said "It is a bit challenging for columnists to highlight socio-economic issues and suggest possible, viable remedial measures for them while being truthful, fair, unprejudiced and unbiased,"
The indictment reportedly seeks a custodial sentence of up to four-and-a-half years for each of the two columnists on charges of "openly insulting religious values adopted by sections of society.
John Tierney is a columnist on the Op-Ed page of The New York Times.
Even at elite schools, with the most driven, educated young women, the 25-percent rule is in place by this point: At the daily newspapers of top-rated universities, 0nly 10 to 25 percent of opinion columnists are female.
The feedback from users has been very positive, particularly about interaction with columnists, usage of new tools and access to The Times's archives.
TimesSelect subscribers, however, will have exclusive access to 22 columnists of The Times and the IHT, including online dialogues with Thomas L.
Attendees of THE WEEK Opinion Summit will include more than 200 national opinion-makers: columnists, political figures, intellectuals, and business executives.
Climbing the Wall Street ladder as president of the $400 million hedge fund Cramer Berkowitz, he also became the featured columnist at TheStreet.
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We are excited to have him join our other top financial columnists and look forward to his contributions to all of our offerings, including online, print, radio, TV, and subscription and licensed services.
And at least half a dozen works by Roger Daniels, a historian at the University of Cincinnati, document the intense lobbying for evacuation by California nativist groups and white agricultural interests as well as the extraordinary viciousness of America's leading newspaper columnists in demanding that Japanese Americans (in the words of one of them) be "herded up, packed off, and given the inside room in the Badlands.
The editor did this, not only with the columnist in question, but with his other freelance columnists.
To ensure the existence of a pro-life voice in the community and to continue to have columnists like Cal Thomas, it is important that we tell local papers (and radio/ television stations) when we like the commentators they feature and that columns like Cal's are one of the first things we look for when we open the paper in the morning.