Left Out

Friday, February 17, 2006

Transcript

Every Sunday, millions of Americans tune into the big three networks’ Sunday talk shows to hear from some of the nation’s most powerful. Considering the balance of power in Washington, it’s no surprise that these days, the guest list tends to skew right. But according to a new report from liberal watchdog Media Matters for America, conservatives and Republicans dominated the shows even before Bush took office. Brooke speaks with Paul Waldman, who authored the report.

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