The recent accusation by Bill Keller, editor of the New York Times that Fox News was biased is one of the most laughable moments in the contemporary history of media.
Every bit of information spewing from the traditional media, meaning newspapers, television, the Internet, the blogosphere and whatever is biased in some way.
As an admitted news junkie I do an elaborate routine of info touring every day. I subscribe to the printed New York Times and read it diligently every morning as I have done as long as I can remember. I then do an electronic sweep that takes in everything that I can possible absorb in less than an hour. While I shave I often listen to NPR, which falsely champions its neutrality and I see no need to subsidize their biases with my taxes.
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