Dispatches from journalism’s Z-Team at the Muncie Star Press. It’s an editorial about the revival of the so-called Fairness Doctrine, and it reads, in part:
Whether a listener’s preference is for Rush Limbaugh and Bill O’Reilly (on the right) or Al Frankel and Roger Moore (on the left), no one can argue that in 2007 there aren’t plenty of media outlets to suit every taste.
The name screwups are only part of teh funny, for me. I also like how they felt the need to point out which side of the political spectrum each pair falls on. The Muncie Star Press: Overexplaining the obvious since whenever we hired the current team of editorial writers.
(I’d tip my hat to Reverent & Free, but I don’t wear one.)