Tuesday, October 27, 2009

In the long run, it will probably be better for the Administration and future Administrations not to say that Fox and its successors are not "legitimate" journalists, but that they are not actually objective journalists; instead they are members of a new party or partisan press. That model of the press may be legitimate in the twenty-first century, but politicians have no obligation to treat it as they treated an earlier model of journalism.
Jack Balkin should know better than to imply that there's such a thing as objective journalism. Still, his response is the best so far.

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