Media bias has many faces. Sometimes it is overt, such as presenting editorial comment masked as factual reportage. Or, it can be very subtle, for example, by a reporter intentionally calling on a widely disliked or unhinged personality to comment on the side of a public controversy with which the reporter disagrees. Often, it is by omission, such as refusing to fully report relevant facts.
In this Daily Standard piece, I expose several examples of bias by omission in the therapeutic cloning debate, all occurring in the last week of November. Whatever happened to excellence in journalism?