"George Will routinely makes false claims large and small, holds politicians to disparate standards, and engages in ethically dubious conduct on behalf of his preferred candidates. The Washington Post can hide behind multi-layer processes all it wants, but as long as it publishes Will, it will continue to misinform its readers. The Post doesn't need to give Will a better fact-checker; it -- along with the rest of the media elite -- should instead give him a good, thorough shunning.
Instead, he remains a respected citizen of The Village -- the same Village where, David Broder insists, people just don't like being lied to."
Saturday, February 21, 2009
Media Matters - Media Matters: In support of shunning: