August 4, 2009

Conservaturds continue to dominate op-ed pages

Liberal bias mias.

A review of the archives of the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, and the Washington Post tells a much different story: Conservative think tanks are pummeling their liberal peers in the race for the most prominent placement on op-ed pages. During the past year, 77 percent of pieces authored by think-tank affiliates came from conservative outfits, 18 percent came from centrist groups, and a tiny 5 percent came from the left wing.
We've been seeing the same thing happening on cable news, where conservaturd guests outnumber and outtalk Dems on a regular basis. Unbelievable. Nothing's changed whatsoever.