Rearranging the media's deck chairs

News & Politics

"I can understand why the White House might want the American public to be talking about Judith Miller instead of the larger story about someone in the White House breaking the law to crush a political opponent. But I do not understand why the media prefers to talk about Judith Miller over what appears to be the first wave of a Watergate type scandal," writes Jeffrey Feldman.

"Apathy? Disbelief?

Actually, I don't think those are the reasons. What we are seeing in this total silence from the press on a scandal of Watergate proportions, is the Dan Rather Effect on the media." Read on to learn about the Dan Rather Effect. (Frameshop)

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