At least this story [on France’s Presidential election and Greece’s general election, published 7 May 2012 on the CBC internet news site] presents news, ie a combination of new fact and research back-up. This is much better than Don Murray’s “analysis” which headed the CBC site yesterday evening. Analysis has no place heading a news site, though we must give the CBC credit for calling a spade a spade; you didn’t pretend Murray’s piece was news. I thought Murray sounded like a teenager on amphetamine, but even if I’m wrong and he was balanced and reflective, the CBC is better off pruning opinion from a story so it can run as news than degrading its site to a collection of opinion pieces. The CBC really has to choose. Perhaps you can put all “analysis” into a separate clickable section, and leave the news where it is. You might gain credibility, which – in the end – is all a news site can have, or lose.