Tuesday, March 30, 2004

Faux News

I think Bill O'Reilly says it best:

"There is nothing wrong with news organizations endorsing a candidate or a columnist writing about his or her political preferences. But actively participating in political campaigns ... is absolutely against every journalistic standard, and it is happening -- usually under the radar."

This can't be happening, can it?:

On the question of a link between Saddam and al-Qaida, a frankly startling 67 percent of the Fox News primary-source crowd believed this to be true. It's a claim that was one of the centerpieces of the Bush administration war policy but has never been proved, and, as PIPA asserts, is now largely dismissed by the intelligence community (and lately the White House itself).

This gives "fair and balanced" new meaning.

We Report on what Karl Rove asks us too and then You Decide whether John Kerry looks French or Belgian.

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