Blatant media bias seen in Komen-Planned Parenthood controversy
CWN - February 06, 2012
New York Times columnist Ross Douthat has some trenchant observations on the remarkably one-sided media coverage of the furor over the Komen Foundation’s short-lived decision to stop its donations to Planned Parenthood. He notes:
Conservative complaints about media bias are sometimes overdrawn. But on the abortion issue, the press’s prejudices are often absolute, its biases blatant and its blinders impenetrable.
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