With so many options out there, picking just one opinion editorial to focus on is going to be a hard thing to do indeed. Here are just a few options I came across while browsing.
Shut up and be scanned- Airport security is a rising issue that everyone seems to have an opinion on. This topic would be an interesting one to delve into and seems to be promising.
author- Los Angeles Times
audience- American travelers
issue- invasion of privacy through new airport technology
Feasting on junk info- The world is constantly being fed by the media. We are exposed to hours and hours of whatever we want to turn to, and this is usually the non educational junk that soaks up our brain cells and turns them to mush.
author- Clay Johnson
audience- young adults
issue- today's media world is shaped society so we are the ones to blame for all the repercussions
I Had Asperger Syndrome. Briefly.- The world is one big hypochondriac. Asperger Syndrome is one of the most overly diagnosed diseases that's out there and this article tries to prove that. It also includes several forms of rhetoric for me to analyze.
author- Benjamin Nugent
audience- parents and doctors
issue- the definition of Asperger's should be narrowed to avoid misdiagnosis
So folks, do we have a winner?