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Thursday, December 15, 2005
'Shades of Opinion'
Topic: Media Research Center
A Dec. 15 NewsBusters post by Greg Sheffield tries (and fails) to get snarky over a Washington Post editor's insistence that the Post "is NOT a 'relatively liberal newspaper.'" During an online chat, Post associate editor Robert G. Kaiser wrote:

This is NOT a 'relatively liberal newspaper.' This is the Web site of the Washington Post, where all shades of opinion are welcome all the time, as they are on The Post's op-ed page (heavily populated by conservative commentators, among others) and our Sunday Outlook section.

Sheffield's response: "Kaiser offered no defense of the A section, the place that has many "shades of opinion" all from the left.

Sheffield offered no evidence of his claim. He might want to try that sometime.

Posted by Terry K. at 5:15 PM EST

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