All the News That's Fit to Twist

By Thane Peterson

SOARING DISTRUST. It's this notion -- that news organizations can operate as honest brokers of political discourse that fairly and objectively arbitrate among competing ideas and interests -- that a majority of Americans don't seem to buy anymore. Critics on the left contend that the "corporate media" are dominated by advertisers and fat-cat publishers who don't want liberal ideas to get a fair airing. Conservatives contend that most reporters are closet liberals who bias coverage to conform to their prejudices.

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