What sort of 'expansive, intelligent evidence' do you suppose individuals can produce in support of a theory on leftist bias in media?
Without expansive evidence and a serious analysis, you have no theory. You have, at best, a hypothesis. Maybe not even; maybe an unproveable opinion.
I've linked before to a serious analysis of media bias (which concluded biases indeed, though not plainly along a left/right axis). So it's possible to do so...after which a serious debate can be had, about methodology, examples, and results.
If you have no expansive evidence...why then do you conclude a leftist bias?
Impression? Or because some people say so?
Edited by bloodyminded, 01 May 2011 - 08:42 AM.
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