via Atrios A letter writer to Romenesko notes the bizarre view the Wall Street Journal Editorial Board has of journalism. It's time for those in the
June 29, 2006

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A letter writer to Romenesko notes the bizarre view the Wall Street Journal Editorial Board has of journalism. It's time for those in the mainstream media to understand that even as they invited conservatives into their homes, those conservatives were waging a war against them. Tim Russert will give them another chance on Sunday.

The media wars are on, and the respectable media seems to be surrendering.

Unfortunately, they've surrendered a long time ago and this country falls deeper into the abyss because of it.

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