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And it's given to big.
Kind of mega stories on social issues and last month there was these.
This story we're talking about here the -- undersecretary of -- mandated by the Obama administration and of course is Susan komen on the foundation.
Relationship with Planned Parenthood.
And what is so striking in this is the -- bash part of this is that the media bias on.
How those are educated the media ignored.
Completely that it HHS.
Comes -- -- for two weeks in two weeks ago it was actually -- No they voted for two weeks -- they ignored it for two weeks after after it was announced and has been has been erupted in the last week or so they finally got around to it I think.
I think somebody from CNN -- wanted to give us and we got right on straight ten days.
-- -- them in the united and then -- -- the -- bit of broadcast -- -- only seventeen days and it was an astonishing.
And I think.
You know look there's just such that's fine print in this little -- text to read the federal registers on but it's -- also the case that I suspect that the news editors and these public pages didn't see is a big deal of course everybody it's -- -- -- doesn't everybody believe -- abortion and an interest in their newsroom.
Everybody does or they don't believe that they keep very very quiet.
And meanwhile by contrast the komen foundation erupted immediately there was no issue there -- many -- Planned Parenthood have the support the median and Howard Kurtz who was a fair minded guy.
Columnist for the -- be right 45 years before at the Washington Post for that -- -- books on the media.
Written many are Firefox which are you know I think -- -- and well worth reading over the years.
And he said quote the pressure was so we are wrong cut of talking about them the media verses Coleman defending Planned Parenthood.
The pressure so relentless the publicity so bad the headlines a negative the media pressure -- come into the case.
And I think that is exactly right I think that the -- doubt that at the near -- has been the same point.
If you ever want to see what media bias really really looks like you know -- you get an argument over taxes trade -- foreign wars whatever.
But when it comes to these issues.
There is a relentless.
Orthodoxy here look this you know abortion and choice other choice report Phillies are good.
Catholic right flavors are bad.
The captains who were pro choice you're good those -- really valuable because -- become a hammer on and even the Pope.
But this -- this was it and it was finally.
Case where I think -- -- other media came in and said look this kind of reception issues are really really big deal.
So -- -- one on Coleman Coleman is now gonna being spent the rest of its life.
You know a base itself to -- liberal authority.
Then we discovered by the way just how much money they -- if you think -- word implies like.
Sure what we're gonna cure breast cancer who back now we know that their funding all the stuff which conservative should take into account when they going to give money.
But on this issue it over the dead bodies is -- of the media.
That the you know including Catholic figures -- -- Vice President Biden and former chief of staff Daley in Joseph Lieberman.
Jumped up to know what we can't do this and and one that was quite an astonishing example of popular pressure verses.
And attempted effort by the mainstream media to defend exactly what Obama does still -- -- when we talk about -- In the media a -- but to do one of the things still to look -- -- I guess it would want you pointing -- is that it's not necessarily in the opinion.
-- cousin -- because who do you see only mail or in print.
It's not necessarily the opinion pages it's the way a newsroom chooses -- stories to focus on its biased by agenda and there's -- on the front page in our.
And -- -- -- -- thirty years 35 years -- time Herbert -- at Columbia University wrote a book called deciding what's news again -- you think about it all the events to -- in the world.
How do a certain -- -- wind up.
Leading the television news or on the front page in the -- times and and studied the front -- grad student studying the front -- in the -- -- back in the seventies and say what she was guess what.
CBS NBC and ABC you all take their stories.
The New York Times former fellow -- who were here fox told me were these were -- NBC.
There when you get to work in the morning and NBC the assignment editor would literally -- isn't exactly a -- Cutting up the front -- and -- to say okay here's your story now.
Eight hours from now on you know Huntley Brinkley right go out there and -- do that story then and now that's that's a -- that's that's.
Unbelievable lot of power the -- times had exactly in -- we're still happens right.
And an unbelievable -- and a biased because anybody who spent two seconds looking at being a media -- your senator or news busters.
Dot org we'll see immediately where the -- -- coming from that they didn't already right.
All right Jim -- didn't thank you very much Jim of course is on FOX News Watch Saturday's 2:30 PM and 11:30 PM eastern and on Fox News hosted by -- -- dominated by Jim Pinkerton.
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