One of the key statements of faith in the liberal Catechism is that "All day Kindergarten" is good for kids. The evidence of course is that All Day K is at best useless and probably harmful to kids. Since the efficacy of all day K is a statement of faith, liberals don't even try to argue the underlying issue. Here's a great example from Sunday's Star.
Turning all-day kindergarten back into a fee-for-service choice will increase the economic and academic divide between students whose families can afford to pay and those who cannot. It's an imbalance that Arizona began to correct several years ago when every district offered no-cost all-day kindergarten. Now it will only get worse.
Star Editorial writers follow up this statement of faith by calling out the legislative reprobates--the elected non-elect--who reject the teachings of the Church.
Included in that number are Rep. David Stevens, R-Sierra Vista; Rep. Frank Antenori, R-Tucson; Rep. David Gowan; R-Tucson, Sen. Al Melvin, R-Tucson; and Sen. Jonathan Paton (R-Tucson. Antenori is now in the state Senate filling the seat vacated by Paton, who has resigned to run for Congress.
Unfortunately this type of faith-based name calling is what journalism has become. But not for long, liberal religions and newspapers are dying throughout the world--and a newspaper that spouts liberal dogma will see its influence fade, its readership shrink and its viability diminish.