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February 10, 2010



Media Matters for America? You're linking to Media Matters for America? Do you ever cite any news sorcue that does not come from the far (and I mean far) left? Sheesh, Media Matters makes ABC, NBC, and CBS news look like they broadcast from the Birch Society HQ. From whom does Media Matters receive funding? Surprise! Moveon.org and George Soros among others. Yeah, yeah, I know David Brock used to be a conservative, but if you want me to accept citations from Media Matters, OK, if you agree to accept citation from the Media Research Center.


Actually, Chuck, my world view is constantly evivlong. Hence, so is my choice of sources. (By the way, I had to look up the meaning of IOW. I'm not as hip as you young net surfers, but I'm trying to catch up.) I still don't care if Media Matters is funded by George Soros. I judge the stuff on MM on its own merits, just as I do with columns published in the Rev. Moon's Washington Times. You see, veracity has nothing to do with who signs the checks. In my 40-plus years as a journalist, I took money from all kinds of people with whom I had nothing in common philosophically. I found it especially gratifying to get paid by conservatives.

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