By Bob Plain on June 28, 2016
How misleading are Providence Journal editorials on public education and specifically charter schools? The news department ran a front page story this morning overtly correcting misinformation found in its editorials.
By Bob Plain on June 7, 2016
It’s little wonder a Providence Journal editorial would shill for a fossil fuel company while ignoring the people of Burrillville. The once-trusted op/ed board has a long history of engaging in climate science denialism and valuing the will of corporations over the will of the people. But while the ProJo is entitled to its own […]
By Andrew Stewart on July 24, 2015
It never ceases to amaze me how stupid Edward Achorn thinks Providence Journal readers are. Never mind the fact that there is a gigantic conflict of interests to have the Vice President also serving as Editor of the Editorial pages, therefore insuring the paper toes the company line. Let’s leave out the fact he publishes […]
By Bob Plain on April 23, 2014
If you want to know why all the pro-payday loan industry advocacy has been done in backrooms of the State House by high-priced speaker-turned-lobbyist Bill Murphy and out-of-state special interests, look no further than today’s Providence Journal editorial on the subject. It’s evidence that a credible argument can’t be made for this predatory practice. There’s […]