In the same post, she also writes (emphasis mine):
Frankly, one wonders why the newspaper is so thin-skinned. No powerful institution should fear criticism of itself. Learn from some of it. Reject some of it. Many newspapers have public editors or ombudsmen because they recognize that they won't get it right all of the time, and they correctly believe that
they should be held accountable for it.
We are sure that it is only a matter of time before McBride starts to practice what she preaches. Just give her a few more years.