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editorialize

verb articulate a personal position, eluuidate on, examine an issue, issue a policy statement, issue a position statement, opine on, personal analysis, prepare critical analysis, present a perspective, write a column, write a commentary, write an analytical piece, write an arricle, write an opinion piece
Associated concepts: broadcasting law, free speech
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Meanwhile, the Nation editorialized Monday that ''Clinton has lost the trust that has been given by the American people.
For the Nye County commissioners to seize a national forest makes as much sense as having the city of New York seize the Statue of Liberty," the Seattle Post-Intelligencer recently editorialized.
A more sentimental one would have editorialized, damply, over the loss of so talented a young man.
The Times later editorialized that if any war could ever be deemed just, this was a "just war.
In early June, Healy told Hadley the draft report "reads like a novel," and instructed her to remove editorialized statements and to make it sound more like a scientific paper, Hadley said at the hearing.
When it did publish a slim news item, it also editorialized that the presumption of a germ causing consumption was ridiculous.
Offers Four [Custom] News Feeds of Hosted, Editorialized News Content
McClellan as their nominee to run against President Lincoln in the 1864 election, the New York Times editorialized that McClellan and political allies had been "engaged in treasonable intrigues to procure" an unconditional peace with the Confederacy and Lincoln himself pointed to a copy of a Democratic platform draft penned by former Governor of Alabama and US Senator Clement C.
Likewise, the National Post editorialized that The Passion of the Christ was "a crucifixion movie criticized for its bloodthirsty portrayal of Jews.
The newspaper editorialized that "Tragically--and sadly--the House representatives who voted to overturn this law don't care enough about the safety of the nation's children.
The vast majority of newspapers have editorialized against it," says Scott Bullock, senior attorney at the Institute for Justice, who unsuccessfully litigated Kelo in front of the Supreme Court.
We are also pleased that so many newspapers throughout the state have editorialized in favor of this.