Friday, December 26, 2008

Reporters: It's My Party (And I'll Lie If I Want To)

"In a Republican scandal, the offending politician is usually described as a Republican in the very first sentence, and deservedly so. In a Democrat scandal, the party identification of the perpetrator can arrive in paragraph eight. Or not at all."

-- L. Brent Bozell III, noticing that which "journalists" today hope no one - absolutely no one - will notice about their sense of objectivity, for The Wall Street Journal.