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  • I like Media Matters (mediamatters.org).

    -- Douglas Hunter
    • Ovid asked for unbiased source. MediaMatters is about as partisan as you can get: it was created specifically to go after the right wing.

      It was started by David Brock, the guy who wrote the attack book on Anita Hill, but later switched sides, as told in his anti-conservative attack article, "Confessions of a Right-Wing Hit Man," followed by a book of the same M.O., Blinded By The Right.

      As Slate [msn.com] (an online mag that definitely leans left) wrote, And here [Brock] is, back in the news again, on the same them
      • I believe that Ovid asked for an independant source of media criticism. FactCheck.org is dedicated to holding politicians accountable, not the media. I agree that they do a nice job.

        I suppose I could have pointed out that Media Matters' mission statement is to "correct conservative misinformation in the U.S. media", but I suspect most folks will read that themselves.

        -- Douglas Hunter