Media credibility in the toilet

Having a couple of conservatives on their editorial staff does not offset the liberal bias in the rest of the staff and the articles not attributed to the spot for token conservatives on an editorial page.


News articles in those big papers report the facts. Depending on the lean, for example the WSJ may emphasize different facts than WAPO, but they’ll all be there if they can be confirmed.

Too, look for the articles attributed to the AP and Reuters. Because they sell to all kinds of outlets, the facts will be there. If you simply don’t like the news because of the source, that can’t be helped other than subscribe to the outlets you like.


But my main point was the Times’ bothsidesism. It’s become ubiquitous in their reporting.