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a journalist who writes editorials

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The authorities detained 61-year-old columnist for 10 hours.
The columnist in his live Beeper to Express TV admitted the fact that he had not truly reported the chairman NAB's impression in his column regarding the disease of a head of political party.
We agreed those who can leave do so, but there is likely to be another wave,' said one columnist.
According to the wife of columnist Mat Vicencio, a man called up on Tuesday afternoon and told him: 'Tigil mo na 'yang kalokohan mo.
One of the first to be featured in the series was columnist George Will, who started writing for the Post in 1974 and is a past Pulitzer Prize winner for Commentary.
And it is unbecoming for a columnist to insult readers.
A serious columnist is expected to be hard on those who govern.
Joe Nocera, a business columnist for The New York Times, will become a columnist for The New York Times Opinion pages.
The columnist said Iran's nuclear program would be used to help the country develop its industrial, agricultural, and service industries.
The anonymous columnist was also optimistic that the cabinet would "make good on its promise to deliver more" because "most ministers now have experience in working in the public sector." As for those ministers who have retained their posts, "They now know their ministries inside out, and so they should be expected to deliver more this time around." The columnist suggested that the 2009 cabinet could succeed in introducing reforms to the country because "they are a coherent group of able ministers, headed by a willing and ambitious prime minister," and called upon the Lebanese people to be patient.
IT'S POSSIBLE THAT the decline of newspapers will mean the decline of the superstar columnist, but it may be more likely that the opposite will happen.
It's not a question of whether this is real anymore--it is."--BusinessWeek media columnist Jon Fine.
Triggered by the retirement of John Leo at the end of August 2006, a conservative syndicated columnist if there ever was one, I began to keep track of the frequency of syndicated columnists (as opposed to those of the homegrown variety) appearing in the pages of the Worcester Telegram & Gazette.
However, Ken Stewart from Croxteth, says of this week's column: "Please don't abuse your position by using your article to air your own political views, a columnist should give a fair and balanced point of view."
The New York Times' gifted columnist George Vecsey salutes Casey Stengel, not for his incredible success with the New York Yankees but for his grandfatherly wisdom with the pathetic New York Mets from 1962-65.