Dear Editors:

I find your articles informative and well-done. However, I get sick of subtle journalistic bias. Johnathan Groner wrote about “conservative activist Larry Klayman”. When you write about Teddy Kennedy, do you say “liberal Massachusetts Senator Ted Kennedy”? Etc.

My comment may surprise you because such journalistic bias is so pervasive that many people don’t recognize it. Your obvious intent is to detract from the central issue by somehow indicating that “Larry Klayman” needs to be defined. While I recognize that generally mindless liberals need their reporters to tell them what to think, I expect more from a journal such as yours.

Gary Preble

Olympia, Wash.