When an elected official calls another elected official a liar in some heated debate, this can mean the incident is adjudicated in the court of public opinion, which is often challenged by illogical, biased feeling about an issue. Doesn’t the press owe it to the public to get the facts behind the accusation and the accused’s response to it? Otherwise we get more thoughtless disagreements with no foundation in truth. Wondering.
Dottie Lowe, Boise