Your article doesn’t call it out explicitly (perhaps not by accident), so I’m just going to ask…

What I am saying is that it is incumbent upon a journalist and a newspaper to conduct basic research and fact checking and to provide context and fact. It is one thing to subjectively emphasize the facts that supports an editorial position, but it is quite another to get basic facts wrong, or to omit intentionally facts that would tend to weaken one’s argument.

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