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    Media Matters Is The Symptom, Not The Disease

    Media Matters Is The Symptom, Not The Disease

    Media Matters, which just received a large cash infusion from George Soros, has been trying to get Juan Williams for years, and now it accomplished its goal of getting Williams off NPR.

    But Media Matters’ thirst for absolute uniformity of opinion at NPR is not quenched.  It wants Mara Liasson gone as well, at least if she continues to appear on Fox News.

    The most prominent blogger at Media Matters, Eric Boehlert, posts the following:

    News that Juan Williams’ contract with NPR was terminated over comments he made about Muslims while appearing on Fox News shines a spotlight on the radio network’s evergreen controversy: Its continued affiliation with Fox News. Specifically, NPR’s Mara Liasson and her long-running association with Fox News has often raised questions. This might be the proper time for NPR to finally address that thorny issue.

    I’m not suggesting Liasson has said anything as offensive as Williams, or that she has that kind of track record while appearing on Fox. I’m just saying that if you look at NPR’s code of ethics, there’s simply no way Liasson should be making appearances on Fox

    Notice something interesting. 

    No conservatives are trying to prevent people from appearing on NPR, but liberal interest groups and their media outlets are trying to prevent people from appearing on Fox News.

    There is a real threat to freedom in this country, and it does not come from conservatives.  Media Matters is just the symptom, not the disease.

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    Juan Williams was purged, that's all. The airbrushing is still to come.

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