Skip to comments.Friends of Saddam
Posted on 05/16/2005 12:59:24 AM PDT by JohnHuang2
Good morning, and welcome to today's edition of "What's News?" A Senate committee has released a report alleging two prominent European opponents of the Iraq war were paid off by Saddam Hussein as part of the U.N. Oil for Food program. I'll reveal their names in a moment. You will search in vain for this story on the print or Web versions of the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, or the Chicago Tribune. I found it in The Washington Times and the New York Sun. The point here is not to beat up the liberal media for their lack of coverage, but merely to observe that news judgment -- that sacred totem of journalism -- is not and probably never can be a neutral or unbiased matter. What the New York Times and New York Sun respectively believe about the world around them is reflected in what they put on Page One -- or cover at all. That's why it is essential to get news from multiple sources -- preferably sources with differing biases. As for me, I like to get both sides of the story -- the right and the far right (kidding).
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It is important to point out the anti-American bias of the leftist media. More Americans are catching on all the time.
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