Has to be opinion of HPIC in that newspaper and public policy position of that paper.edÂ·iÂ·toÂ·riÂ·al
relating to the commissioning or preparing of material for publication.
"a pillar of scholarly publishing and editorial excellence"
- relating to the part of a newspaper or magazine that contains news, information, or comment as opposed to advertising.
noun: editorial; plural noun: editorials
a newspaper article written by or on behalf of an editor that gives an opinion on a topical issue.
- the parts of a newspaper or magazine that are not advertising.
Obviously, but in many instances such are signed by a specific editor. In this case its dead headed as the paper itself, which to me says that no one editor in particular wants to put their name on it.Any editorial in a newspaper by name comes from the editor, leader, head of that one, responsible person for the entire newspaper. From my way of learning and thinking anyway.
Google returns this as the definition. Note usage as a noun.
Has to be opinion of HPIC in that newspaper and public policy position of that paper.
I would like to say that I would be open minded to hearing his/her arguments, but I am sure they are the same ones we have heard over and over and over and over and over and over again so I will save myself the pain.If you can keep yourself from puking, then
Editorial: Deal should shoot down campus carry bill
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