Eventually the story would spill over into the regular media.
Radio content is never captured and catalogued in a systematic way, so there's no way to hold radio show hosts accountable for their words.
The subject of a vicious and false attack. Those are the kinds of things people should be looking for and be very careful and concerned about.
I've been interested in watching the level of conservative misinformation that circulates through the media.
You simply can't have 90 percent of email and phone and fax traffic coming into a newspaper ombudsman from just one ideological perspective.
It's all a sham: I have seen, and I know firsthand, indeed from my own pen, how the organized Right has sabotaged not only journalism but also democracy and truth.
You get to a point where the factual adjudication doesn't matter because there are all these other outlets that are far less responsible, all talking about the ad, some of which have a political reason for promoting it.
an irresponsible use of the public airwaves, as well as a call for the Bush administration to violate the executive order banning assassination.
Responsible news outlets should think twice before providing him a platform from which to peddle his inappropriate and inaccurate claims
School don't need to start the same week as the Bristol race
Editors of conservative magazines aren't out trying to raise money. The money is there; the cash reserves are in the bank.
The truth is that the more responsible the media outlet, the more responsive they are to constructive criticism.
Criticizing Fox News has nothing to do with criticizing the press. Fox News is not a news organization. It is the de facto leader of the GOP, and it is long past time that it is treated as such by the media, elected officials and the public.
I'm kind of a builder of institutions. I think I've got some ability to look at what's out here, look at a playing field, and identify gaps and niches.
I'm a former, living, breathing, right-wing conspirator.