Media's Moral Morass
From the original article, by Robert Knight of The Washington Times:
The unabated moral confusion flowing through the media is stunning. It’s so bad, you can’t look away. But we should try.
With a few exceptions, the major TV networks are a torrential sewer of leftwing propaganda and smutty sitcoms.
Print and online media are more diversified, but The New York Times has so many certifiables writing for it that I can’t even decide which one to quote. Elsewhere, columnists like the Miami Herald‘s Leonard Pitts Jr., spin out nuggets like:
Racial animus is an element of tea party ideology, but not its entirety.
Why, thanks for that caveat, Mr. Pitts.
The Washington Post‘s Courtland Milloy, after watching the
Iowa caucuses on TV back in January, complained bitterly that “nearly
everybody was white.” Imagine that shoe on the other foot.
Imagine that, indeed. If you follow the article, you'll see a lot more, from The Washington Post.
How about this? Do you think the media are delivering a consistent moral message? Or have they become a collection of thoroughly bad content and worse craft, with only their connections to keep them alive?
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