Ed Driscoll

The Post-Objective Media Reaches Its Zenith

In the past, we’ve encouraged journalists to drop their claims of objectivity, because, let’s face it, everyone has biases and opinions, or we wouldn’t be human. Claiming an objective, above-it-all neutrality may have made some sense when there were only three TV networks and one or two newspapers per major city, but those days are long gone.

So congratulations to Tony Valdez of the Los Angeles Fox station KTTV-LA for really letting it all hang out.