On endorsements and school funding, the editors leave out some important facts.
By Beth Ann Rosica
Terry Tracy: The Inquirer editorial board’s ongoing war with the facts at the Central Bucks School District
The reading public deserves better than raw opinion that’s unmoored from the truth.
By Terry Tracy
The paper of record dismisses Central Bucks School District’s investigation and blames the board majority for daring to govern.
By the Editors
Meghan Dougherty: With racial requirements for youth workshop, the Inquirer misses the point of diversity
The Acel Moore Journalism Workshop is closed to white students starting in 2023.
By Meghan Dougherty
The Editors: Inquirer’s editorial goes overboard with hasty, hyperbolic judgment against Central Bucks schools
The editorial from the paper of record is little more than a press release from one side in a complaint that is not a lawsuit.
By The Editors
Ben Mannes: The Inquirer’s suit against a former employee casts doubt on their commitment to liberal values.
In attempting to silence and impoverish Stu Bykofsky, who worked there for forty years, the Inquirer appears vindictive and cruel.
by A. Benjamin Mannes
Inquirer stands by incorrect story about “hate-filled” response to canceled West Chester OUTFest event
Paper of record continues to describe West Chester residents’ reactions as “vitriol,” despite evidence to the contrary.
By Todd Shepherd
The Inquirer has no problem calling Trump a liar, but is silent about its own participation in the Russia conspiracy theory.
By Wally Nunn