Day By Day© by Chris Muir.

Saturday, March 05, 2005

Could an LA Times reporter really be this disingenuous? (That's sarcasm, by the way.)

If you've been at all interested in the story about Barbara Demmick, the LA Times reporter who wrote a love letter to N. Korea on the LA Times front page, you need to check out Cheat Seeking Missiles, where Laer is all over Demmick's disingenuous defense of her article:

Barbara Demmick, who scribed the 'North Korea: Without the Rancor' front page LAT piece that lit up the blogosphere, has described herself as a balanced reporter who's told both sides of the North Korea story. Not according to Nexis. In the last six months, the hard-working Demmick has written about a dozen stories, evenly split between tsunami coverage and NoKo watching. Nowhere in any of the NoKo stories is there anything remotely approaching an objective, definitive presentation of the excesses and failures of the Kim Il Jong dictatorship.
Read on at Cheat Seeking Missiles.