Liberal media bias is an established fact, and Jeff Gannon witnessed it first hand while serving "behind enemy lines" in the White House press corps. Gannon's story of how he was driven out of the White House illustrates the challenges conservative journalists face in a profession that is institutionally and genetically liberal. Part of this book is an account of what members of the Old Media, Democrats and liberal activists will do to keep conservatives out of mainstream journalism. It serves as a warning to all journalists as to what can happen when politicians and activists object to their reporting.
What they said about Jeff Gannon:
U. S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi-"must be stopped" Vice President Al Gore-"pseudo-reporter" Assistant Senate Majority Leader Dick Durbin-"non-journalist using a false name" House Judiciary Chairman Rep. John Conyers-"sham journalist" Clinton senior advisor Sidney Blumenthal-"a hireling and fraud" Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX)-"mouthpiece for the White House" Veteran columnist and reporter Helen Thomas-"a propagandist, a flack for the White House" MSNBC Countdown host Keith Olbermann-"fake reporter" New York Times columnist Frank Rich-"lapdog reporter" PBS host Bill Moyers-"phony journalist"