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Op-Ed abuse: U.S. newspapers replace democratic discourse with political bias

When established reporters and purported experts voice their views as authoritative, their opinions are often perceived as news rather than opinion.

By Mischa Geracoulis and Heidi Boghosian, Project Censored

On September 21, 1970, the New York Times ran its first “op-ed” page. Short for “opposite the editorial,” this new feature provided space for writers with no relationship to the newspaper’s editorial board to express their views...

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A castle-like historic home in San Antonio just underwent a $200,000 price cut

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An 1891 home steps away from San Antonio's River Walk is for sale
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April 3, 2024

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