Comments: Myth: The MSM is liberally biased

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And you find no irony in the fact that you got that story from a so-called liberally biased organization?

Posted by dan at June 21, 2007 06:52 PM

Er, Dan, I got this notion reclining in my rocker watching network TV and reading the local liberal paper for the last 50 years. And, oh yeah, along came Fox News Network and the Dans of the world whine. Suggested reading, Danno, " Bias' by Bernard Golberg, just for starters. No irony at all Danny boy !!

Posted by fred gregory at June 21, 2007 11:49 PM

What was ironic was Fox's Brit Hume's noting that one of his research staffers is on the list as a Dem contributor. One more point for fair and balanced.

Posted by G Rex at June 22, 2007 10:43 AM

I read it, Fred. And I'd almost guarantee that's one more "righty" book than you've read "lefty" books.

Posted by dan at June 22, 2007 12:31 PM

Dan,

While an undergraduate I was required to read more Soviet propaganda than you can ever imagine. Now we are making progres . In the next step of your conversion please read " Up From Liberalism" by Wm. F. Buckley and Treason & Godless by Ann Coulter. Deal ?

Posted by Fred Gregory at June 23, 2007 12:09 AM

I won't dignify with a response your comparison of non far-right views with "Soviet propaganda." But thanks for your input.

Posted by dan at June 23, 2007 05:38 AM

"Most of the newsroom checkbooks leaned to the left: 125 journalists gave to Democrats and liberal causes. Only 17 gave to Republicans." -- Hube, quoting

Of course, they (the MSM) see it all up close and personal -- they ought to know!

Moreover, they are citizens, therefore deserve no criticism for expressing preferences with a portion of their paychecks. You didn't mean to suggest otherwise, now did you Hube?

Posted by Perry Hood at June 24, 2007 06:17 PM

Freedom of speech doesn't mean freedom from criticism.

Posted by The Unabrewer at June 24, 2007 08:19 PM

Of course, they (the MSM) see it all up close and personal -- they ought to know!

Haven't heard that one in a while -- the 'ol "they must know better" argument. Which sure would explain 'ol Perry's "why-in-the-hell-won't-you-see-it-my-way" comments around here! LOL!

Posted by Hube at June 25, 2007 12:28 PM