by Scoobie Davis
Yesterday, I saw Bill O'Reilly's show on Fox News. O'Reilly was slamming Bill Moyers who had used research from Media Matters for America to slam Fox News. O'Reilly noted this and referred to Media Matters as a George Soros-subsidized web site. Note: O'Reilly didn't refute any of Media Matters' criticisms of Fox News. Instead of having the head of Media Matters to defend himself, O'Reilly only put on Bob Kohn, a hack from the Scaife-funded rag WorldNetDaily, run by Joseph Farah. O'Reilly noted that he offered to have Moyers on but he refused. What about David Brock? We know that Brock wants to debate O'Reilly and O'Reilly has wussed out. I think a Brock/O'Reilly debate would be interesting--O'Reilly disagrees but can't give a reason. Too bad.
UPDATE: Media Matters has more on this segment.
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I'm glad I read this article from ConWebWatch. WorldNetDaily Books is no longer affiliated with Thomas Nelson Publishing. This saves me a trip to Nashville in August. I had intended to buy some Thomas Nelson stock and show up at the shareholders' meeting and complain about Farah's shoddy reporting, libel, and general misanthropy. I planned to make a bit of a scene asking why a Christian publishing house would associate with someone like Joseph Farah.