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Without favor?

Without fear, yes.

With favor yes.

W. Stacey Cowles’ quote in the government loan article of the 30th (“S-R to receive $2.4M federal loan via small business assistance program”) ends on a pledge, that is the Spokesman will report on all aspects of the news without fear or favor.

Obviously, this owner does not read the “news” quoted daily from the Washington Post, which doesn’t share that ethic and has an unhidden goal to upend our president.

It’s amazing to me that your editors have little interest in reporting with balance. To top it off, commentary and your political cartoons reflect a similar bias. Performance is more important than pledges.

I look forward to the day when you report from the Washington Post and another newspaper that looks at an issue from a different perspective on a regular basis.

Michael Palanuk

Liberty Lake


 

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