Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Sometimes, Even the Dishrag Gets It Right

Newsbusters spots this line in an article in the New York Times:
"And in the evening at least, MSNBC is less a news provider than a carousel of liberal opinion — potential conflicts of interest are swept aside in the swirl of excitable guests."
Two thoughts come to mind:

1.  How is MSNBC different at other times of day?  Is it less a carousel of liberal opinion and more of a tilt-a-whirl?

2.  How is that different from the New York Times in general?  Do they distinguish themselves by virtue of having a subpar sports section, terrible paywall, and excellent Sunday crossword?

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