Liberal Bias

Some articles on liberal bias, liberal, bias:

Newsweek - Highlights and Controversies - Claims of Bias
... news outlets except for Fox News and the Washington Times, exhibited a "liberal bias" ... While liberal media watchdogs described the study as "riddled with flaws," their opposite numbers had similarly commented on Newsweek's alleged liberal bias ... saying, "I think Newsweek is a little liberal," and, in 1996, "there is a liberal bias at Newsweek, the magazine I work for." ...
Rotating Regional Primary System - Criticism - Liberal Bias
... (most notably the South and East regions) show significant political bias one way or the other ... Overall, this may be seen as a liberal bias the South is quite conservative, the Midwest is neutral, the West is moderately liberal, and the east is more strongly ... With 2 liberal-leaning regions vs ...
Media Bias In The United States - Liberal Bias - Authors
... Several authors have written books on liberal bias in the media ... and Scam Artists and Became the Scourge of the Liberal Media in 2004 about what he alleged was a liberal bias in the established media ... Bernard Goldberg wrote Bias in 2001, in which he claimed CBS, his former employer, had a liberal bias ...
Scholarly Treatment of Media Bias in The United States and United Kingdom
... not remove this message until the dispute is resolved Media bias is studied at schools of journalism, university departments (including Media studies, Cultural studies and Peace studies) and by ... In the United States, many of these studies focus on issues of a conservative/liberal balance in the media ... international differences in reporting, as well as bias in reporting of particular issues such as economic class or environmental interests ...

Famous quotes containing the words bias and/or liberal:

    The solar system has no anxiety about its reputation, and the credit of truth and honesty is as safe; nor have I any fear that a skeptical bias can be given by leaning hard on the sides of fate, of practical power, or of trade, which the doctrine of Faith cannot down-weigh.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    In doubtful cases the more liberal interpretation must always be preferred.
    Marcus Tullius Cicero (106–43 B.C.)