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How did this story get past the Houston Chronicle editors

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K, the Chronicle is a NEWSPAPER, not a propaganda organ

like the Washington Times or sites like "Town Hall." That means presenting a wide variety of points of view, not merely those that bear the imprimatur of the management. Of course, your own citation is selective -- the same issue of the Chronicle also has
Blaming the messenger doesn't change plausibility; tactics designed to offend Muslims used and confirmed.
(Chronicle login: semods4@yahoo.com; pw = speakeasy)

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If the Chron would just listen to what you typed

In reply to: K, the Chronicle is a NEWSPAPER, not a propaganda organ

If the Chron was committed to objective reporting with accuracy, wholeness & credibility. It would not continue to have lower circulation every year it would not have to throw unwanted papers in peoples yards. Also in its editorials the Chron should have the desire to stimulate thought and conversation within the community and would do so by taking a variety positions on a variety of issues. (not just opposing viewpoints)

This paper does "very little" of the above

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