opinionist

opinionist

(əˈpɪnjənɪst)
n
a person whose opinions contrast with the dominant view
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opinionist

a person fond of his own opinions and of making them known.
See also: Opinion
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An accomplished photographer, he was known by his family as a "political opinionist" as well as a humorist and center of the family.
One again I would like to say to the intellectuals, opinionists and politicians of the Israeli society that peace is affordable and within reach, and the answer is simple; your state must end its occupation of our land, your oppressive war machine must stop its aggression our people, settlement activities must be ceased and the criminal acts of settlers must be stopped, thereby all of us will be able to enjoy peace, security and stability.
Her "non de plume opinionists" (like yourself) as you callously call them, whom she met on these pages, are also patriotic Bahrainis, doing a brilliant job by counteracting the lies aired on TV networks.
The writers range from professional journalists, prominent well-known journalists (or so-called opinionists) to lecturers at the university, professionals and representatives of the civil society and other prominent figures such as writers or artists, who most of the time have some sort of international training or experience.
This is also the same network that broadcasted "The Decision" and the next day their opinionists ripped the idea of such a program.