O’Donnell Treated Unfairly By Media?

September 24, 2010 | NeW Staff

The media is perceived to be biased on many issues.  A liberal may call one source biased while a conservative may believe that the source is fair and unbiased, or the other way around. Right now, one of the most popular topics in the 2010 election is Republican nominee for U.S. Senate Christine O’Donnell. This week, the media has been all over her “dabbling into witchcraft” clip from “Real Time With Bill Maher.”  Is there a familiar trend of how the media covers conservative women like O’Donnell and Gov. Sarah Palin?

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