opinionator

opinionator

(əˈpɪnjəˌneɪtə)
n
a person who has or voices an opinion
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Joe Stiglitz argumenta en Opinionator que la desigualdad es un tactor importante en nuestra lenta recuperacion.
The New York Times, The Opinion Pages section, The Opinionator blog (29 March 2012).
David Bornstein, a co-founder of the Network and coauthor of the Fixes blog in the Opinionator section of The New York Times, cites three trends that illustrate why solutions journalism has come of age: the proliferation of businesses, nonprofits, and other institutions alleviating social ills; the explosion of online information that allows people tired of negative news to avoid the mainstream media; and journalists' desire to cover positive social change and reach more readers.
See "Equal Opportunity, our National Myth", in Opinionator, New York Times, February 16, 2013.
Times (July 24, 2013, 9:00 PM), http:// opinionator.
Times Opinionator Blog (June 12, 2013, 9:39 PM), http://opinionator.
El 6 de enero de 2008, un conocido academico literario norteamericano, el profesor Stanley Fish, publicaba un articulo en Opinionator, su habitual columna del New York Times, titulado "Will the Humanities Save Us?
In August 2011, the Opinionator blog on The New York Times website featured two lengthy and detailed posts highlighting More Than Wheels, the New Hampshire-based nonprofit that helps clients secure the most favorable loan terms for new or quality used cars.
now i see that the furor over her having used other peoples words has died down in nice polite canada without any repercussions, her place as a Globe opinionator still secure.
He writes regularly for the New York Times' Opinionator blog, and last year he issued Believing Is Seeing, a counter intuitive book of investigative essays about photography.
Tilson is as much a shrewd news aggregator as he is an opinionator.