Friday, December 17, 2004

Editorial versus Front Page: you make the call

Well, I've decided to start a new, recurring category featuring the infusion of leftist opinions in most major news publications. I'll post a few lines from the column and let you decide if it was lifted from the Opinion Page, or News Page.

Here's the first sample, talking about Bill Moyer's retirement from PBS and his show "Now":

One example of typically good journalism on "Now" not long ago: an in-depth look at the record of President Bush's nominee for secretary of state, Condoleeza Rice, who in her post as national security adviser "dreadfully misjudged the terrorist threat leading up to 9/11, and then misled America and the world about the case for invading Iraq," Moyers concluded.

Have you guessed?
It comes from an Associated Press "news" column.


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