When an event in Washington has an attendance estimated at 200,000 people, it is usually an event worth writing about.
Even the Jon Stewart and Steven Colbert event got coverage in your paper.
On Jan. 24, there was a right to life march in Washington with that kind of attention, but it didn't draw one line in the Packet that I could see.
What does it take to make news in your paper, or is it the policy of the paper to be pro-abortion and not mention a subject unless it supports that? May I also mention that Planned Parenthood, the No. 1 provider of abortions in this country, continues to receive millions of dollars from the federal government, something the national media reported.
I would like to see more even reporting.
Jack YoungHilton Head Island