But the sites of larger, "professional" organizations -- Slate, Huffington Post, Raw Story etc. -- used to have a more balanced tone. These sites have many writers on staff and on-call, and they used to publish diverse opinions on topics of the day. Because it became all one voice over there, I really haven't visited Slate in a long time. But apparently I haven't missed much. Tennessee Guerilla Women did a little survey on Slate's ... ahem ... "journalism" and reports:
Hillary Sexism Watch: Slate's Arrested DevelopmentPlease go visit the Tennessee Guerilla Women. They do good stuff over there.
By now we've had our faces repeatedly rubbed in the fact that the historic bid for the presidency by the first ever viable woman is nothing more than an opportunity to wallow in cheap misogyny by the mainly male media.
The historic campaign that means so very much to girls and women all over America, as viewed by the apparent adolescents at Slate:
Hillary's "Lapse" Dance by Mickey Kaus
Hillary Clinton, Fairy Princess By Timothy Noah
The Hillary Deathwatch By Chadwick Matlin
The Hillary Deathwatch Index
The Hillary Deathwatch Widget for your blog, iGoogle, or Facebook page