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Recognizing the lack of respect in political commentary

August 7, 2014 by


Americans seem to be slowly beginning to speak out about the disrespect shown by some political commentators.  We believe that if there is no effort to set and enforce basic standards of dignified discourse, the publIc and the media have to step forward to call for change. The letter that follows that appeared in a […]

Our ratings of the bottom-feeders in media for 2013

December 20, 2013 by


We offered our thoughts on the best yesterday. Today we look at those who are low on our list. Worst news hosts: Steve Doocy, Elisabeth Hasselbeck, Brian Kilmeade. The anchors on the Fox News morning program,

Shouldn’t the staffs of interview programs get more respect?

December 16, 2013 by


Those behind the scenes in the media don’t get enough credit. The anchors of talk or interview programs are the ones out front and they deserve a lot of credit. But it takes many people to put together a

Contacting advertisers may be the best way to shut down broadcasters’ vitriol

December 13, 2013 by


If you have a problem with a media personality, the best way to get your feelings noticed may be through advertisers. If those who market their products on these personalities’

No plaudits for MSNBC after split with Bashir

December 4, 2013 by


Martin Bashir left the liberal news and opinion network today, nearly three weeks after making horrific comments trying to demean Sarah Palin. He actually diminished himself. And MSNBC embarrassed itself by

Critical language that doesn’t match the truth

November 29, 2013 by


While talking about the number of people on food stamps, a reporter for liberal MSNBC made a careless remark about Republicans. This kind of statement is, unfortunately, not unusual in the polarized

Today’s edition: What are they thinking?

November 29, 2013 by


MSNBC airs, “The Ed Show,” weekdays at 5pm. The host is Ed Schultz. So why do the promos the network runs for the show refer to the time of the program as

Appreciating quality media in the aftermath of elections

November 6, 2013 by


The amount of bad and partisan information has increased as the percentage of good journalism has fallen. What we mean is that the rising number of outlets that are trying to push a particular

A short reminder about the misuse of the word ‘hack’

October 26, 2013 by


That word is thrown around too often by partisans on all sides of the political spectrum. Here’s the definition from Merriam-Webster: 3a: a person

After the financial crisis, more partisanship & hopeful analysis

October 17, 2013 by


(Dan Pfeiffer, who is mentioned below, is pictured) Some random comments to the media today: Ron Brownstein of the National Journal predicted on MSNBC that the crisis may delegitimize the use of threats and result in less confrontation. Wishful thinking. We only

Liberal host too liberal with ‘stupid’

October 12, 2013 by


Chris Matthews took it upon himself last night to say a Republican’s view was “stupid.” On Bill Maher’s “Real Time,” Matthews took on former Under Secretary of State for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs James Glassman, who served under George W. Bush. He

More attempted insults by Schultz

October 11, 2013 by


MSNBC commentator Ed Schultz tried again today to put down Republicans on his late afternoon talk show. If we post once more about his demeaning language, we’ll


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