Last Sunday's Dallas Morning News (print edition) has two articles about two people who recently announced their candidacy for the Presidency in 2008. One was Senator Hillary Clinton (D-NY) and the other was Senator Sam Brownback(R-KS).
Brownback is described as a "favorite of the religious right
" who is "a fierce foe of abortion . . and opposes embryonic-stem cell research and gay marriage."
There is no indication in either article of how Mrs. Clinton feels or votes about the above listed issues. That is interesting because she has voted
in favor of partial-birth abortion, has a 100% voting record from NARAL and has been endorsed by Emily's List, a pro-abortion PAC.
I wonder why the Dallas Morning News felt it was important to mention Senator Brownback's opposition to abortion but was strangely unable to mention Senator Clinton's stands on the very same issues? She even had an article twice as long as Senator Brownback's!
, this is not a problem with the Dallas Morning News only.
Labels: dallas morning news, media bias, sam brownback