Lefty bias no secret: But media jumped overboard in Tampa

Posted by on Sep 01, 2012 at 11:54 am
Activists on the beach in Cancun.

It used to be just our dirty little secret — that media people brought to the job their own prejudices that lurked just under the surface, trotted out only after a couple of drinks around the hotel bar.

And it was surely no secret that most media folks were of the liberal Democratic persuasion who held their noses at the thought of covering a Republican National Convention, hoping mostly that the protests were good and the after-parties even better.

Well, the protests here were beyond pathetic — an ice sculpture of the words “Middle Class” intended to melt in the sun in a tiny nearby park was about as good as it got. And protesters were pretty much always outnumbered by police — which wasn’t that difficult to do.

So the frustration must have been enormous.

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One Response to “Lefty bias no secret: But media jumped overboard in Tampa”

  1. M. Bentley on 3/03/12 at 3:54 pm

    I came across one of your articles of a MSU student killed by three men which I was very sadden by. However, after reading your headlines further, it appeared that the majority of your stories shared one common interest. How we live our lives and the choices we make, should no longer be based on the color of our skin and whether or not we’re black or white. Everyone has a purpose and should be given a fair chance. If that person chooses to commit an act of violence, he or she should be judged individually versus condemning an entire nation. When is it going to change?

    M. Bentley