Mr Chapman of the Chicago Tribune in Sunday’s paper just exposed his liberal bias in a big way. He writes a column blasting Mr Trump’s recent push against apparent rise in opiate addiction which has been blamed on big pharma (and the Chinese?) among other factors. He claims Mr Trump’s policy are a whitewash and will be ineffective. What he fails to note is that this problem is 10 years old and Mr Trump has been in office for less than 1. Odd then that he never manages to mention that Mr Obama failed to enact any policies or even note that there was a problem. Seems that Mr Chapman instead of excoriating Mr Trump should be praising him and then pointing out the policies that might be effective and how to insert them into the conversation.
You might find it strange a that a professional columnist doesn’t know the first thing about persuasion and how to sway others to your way of thinking. Education these days, … eh?