Liberal journalists favor government press control

More Journolist news today from The Daily Caller. The liberal lovefest continues with wishes for Rush Limbaugh’s death from an NPR producer, and serious discussion about favoring governmental control of the media. Thanks to the leftist hegemony of the mainstream media, there’s little chance of this story getting any play there beyond a Sunday morning roundtable discussion.

“On Journolist, there was rarely such thing as an honorable political disagreement between the left and right, though there were many disagreements on the left. In the view of many who’ve posted to the list-serv, conservatives aren’t simply wrong, they are evil. And while journalists are trained never to presume motive, Journolist members tend to assume that the other side is acting out of the darkest and most dishonorable motives.”

Andrew Breitbart weighs in with an opinion piece about the leftist cheerleading that masquerades as journalism today: “American journalism died today. What The Daily Caller has unearthed proves beyond a shadow of a doubt that most media organizations are either complicit by participation in the treachery that is Journolist, or are guilty of sitting back and watching Alinsky warfare being waged against all that challenged the progressive orthodoxy. The scandal predictably involves journalists posing as professors posing as experts. But dressed down they are nothing but street thugs. They deserve the deepest levels of public consternation. Will they get it?”

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