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Article posted: 2/4/2014 5:00 AM

Unbiased newspapers keep democracy strong

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Just read the Jan. 20 diatribe against the Daily Herald's choice of front-page news from Richard Francke. My suggestion to Mr. Francke would be to stop watching the fake reality show known as "Fox News." I'm sure that's where he gets all his misinformation, as suggested by all the partisan rhetoric encompassed in his vitriolic excoriation of this newspaper.

My wish for Mr. Francke and all those Fox News aficionados who denigrate the "mainstream" media as some unwanted plague is to look in the mirror. Even our Founding Fathers didn't agree on everything, as evidenced by the inclusion of slavery as the law of the land.

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It's unbiased, objective newspapers like the Daily Herald that help to keep America a successful democracy. Keep up the good work.

Rosemary Colbert

Schaumburg

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