From Bill O'Reilly's latest column:
Today, we have a problem in America. Entire news operations are devoting themselves not to reporting events honestly, but to promoting a certain ideology or party. The Fox News Channel, where I work, has been accused of this. But a study by the Center for Media and Public Affairs found FNC's coverage of the 2008 presidential campaign was tough on both candidates, while most other news networks blatantly favored Barack Obama.Read the full column at the link below:
Now, we have a systematic media campaign to demean the Tea Party. At first, organizations like the New York Times ignored the movement. Then they mocked it. Didn't work. As the rallies grew larger, the liberal press got meaner. There was little reporting being done; it was all about bashing.
This isn't bias, it's corruption. News organizations are supposed to be watch dogs, not attack dogs. The Tea Party should be scrutinized like every other political movement. But that's not what's going on here. A large part of the national press is out to destroy these folks. And that's flat out wrong.
Bill O'Reilly: Bill's Column - Is the American Press Corrupt?