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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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Not since William Randolph Hearst famously cabled his correspondent in Cuba, 'You furnish the pictures and I'll furnish the war' has a newspaper so blatantly devoted its front pages to editorializing about a coming American war as has Howell Raines' New York Times," thundered columnist Charles Krauthammer in the Washington Post.
The authors lost credibility by editorializing throughout the text rather than presenting readers with an objective look at a serious situation.
Despite his conscientious effort to remain even-handed, Lederman does target a few television correspondents and anchormen, notably CBS's Bob Simon and ABC's Peter Jennings, for being "prone to editorializing and putting spin" on their introductions.
Andy Seybold has spent more than two decades analyzing, editorializing and consulting in high-technology industries.
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Great pains have been taking to present the stories of the serpent handlers in their own words, without extraneous or editorializing, though each individual's memoir is prefaced by with a summary of who he or she is and his or her role in the movement.
Adding to the show's provocative nature are the producers' efforts to eschew editorializing.
Bailey may be editorializing here in a way that her other work mostly avoids, but the neutrality--the contentlessness--of the lay figure allows this.
The middle-of-the-road Ann Arbor News praised their informal, bipartisan Bill of Rights Caucus, editorializing that their principled fight for "the just cause" was "refreshing.
Andrew Seybold has spent more than two decades analyzing, editorializing and consulting in the computing and communications industries.
The late Peter Jennings was one of several broadcast journalists accused of editorializing by arching a skeptical eyebrow during a report: If Jennings' brow performed a high jump, Colbert's medals in the pole vault.