commentary/opinions re media bias
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Deep down we all have a Puritan belief that unless they suffer a good dose of pain, they will not truly repent.
Author Info Sendhil Mullainathan Andrei Shleifer
Andrew Breitbart is a paid assistant to the excitable editor of The Drudge Report ; he cheerfully describes himself as "Matt Drudge's bitch." "Twelve years into this adult nightmare," he tells me and two dozen other reporters, "I woke up, after having grown up in Brentwood as this liberal Jewish kid, and sensed that something was wrong--I started to realize that I was a conservative."
COLUMBUS, Ohio – Are the news media politically biased against people with “your” beliefs?
May 22, 2004 PressThink's Questions and Answers about Media Bias I don't think "unbiased journalism" is a particularly noble or desirable thing.
Mark Jurkowitz, the Boston Globe’s media reporter, writes today about rising complaints of media bias . Some see a liberal tilt, others a conservative one. Jurkowitz, noting the now-common observation that voters who watch Fox News overwhelmingly support George Bush while CNN watchers opt for John Kerry, points to the “growing evidence that citizens may be matching their news sources with their ideology.”
The work on media bias and media markets by economists is really taking off.
October 24, 2003
From the desk of Mindles H. Dreck : The Media Bias Committee's Initial Findings
Well, it was enough to make a cat laugh, as Mark Twain says. Normally, I don’t like to write about "media bias." You can’t have an argument with someone who doesn’t argue in good faith, and those who deny the charge of bias are nearly always doing so in bad faith.
Center for the Study of Language and Information
It’s unsurprising that establishment media outlets have been condescending , dismissive and scornful of the ongoing protests on Wall Street.