The WP's Howard Kurtz reports on a new study from the Pew Research Center:
Republicans have come to distrust the media in greater numbers since President Bush took office, says a new poll released yesterday [and]. . . Only about half as many Republicans as Democrats find the usual media suspects credible.Yeah, fucking liberal media. I wouldn't trust those guys, either. . . The following guests appeared on Tuesday's political shows and public affairs programs:
• "Inside Politics" (CNN): Hosted former Reagan chief of staff Ken Duberstein, Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, and Ronald Reagan Legacy Project's Grover Norquist.
• "Crossfire" (CNN): Hosted former Reagan Attorney General Ed Meese, former Reagan adviser Ken Adelman and Sen. Elizabeth Dole, R-N.C.
• "Wolf Blitzer Reports" (CNN): Hosted Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist, R-Tenn.
• "Hardball" (MSNBC): Hosted former Reagan advisers Richard Allen and Martin Anderson, Rep. Dana Rohrabacher, R-Calif., and National Security Council spokesman Sean McCormick.
• "O'Reilly Factor" (FNC): Hosted former Reagan Chief of Staff Michael Deaver.
• "Capital Report" (CNBC): Hosted Empower America's Bill Bennett and Rep. David Dreier, R-Calif.
• "Deborah Norville Tonight" (MSNBC): Hosted former Nancy Reagan spokeswoman Sheila Tate.
• "Larry King Live" (CNN): Hosted former President Gerald Ford and Betty Ford.
• "Hannity & Colmes" (FNC): Hosted Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., and Meese.
• "Scarborough Country" (MSNBC): Hosted former Reagan adviser Ed Rollins.
• "Nightline" (ABC): Focused on Ronald Reagan's legacy.
TV Guests [National Journal]