July 3rd, 2011
04:02 PM ET

The media's celebration of gay marriage

John Aravosis and Dennis Prager debate whether the press is biased in its coverage of same-sex marriage.

Filed under: Media • Politics
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  1. Pandiita

    Even if Ly Tong did not receive his PhD, he is garaunteed at least a Masters Degree which he has not bragged of owning. Furthermore, he should know better that in the process of pursuing his PhD, he would have had to take state governed multiple choice and written exams which he again has failed to mentioned. But then again, Ly Tong is such an exceptional human being that any governmenal and educational system would grant him an alternative program to achieve both his educational ambition and personal pursuit.That's ok Ly Tong, you still rock in my mind. You have at least a BS degree in something or a degree in BS.

    September 8, 2012 at 10:32 pm | Reply
  2. Leo Haggerty

    Disclosure: I am for equal rights for same-sex people in every legal, financial and civil respect, except using the word "marriage" (an exception that would require a separate comment). The great strength and uniqueness of this program is its focus on the media, not the issue at hand. This time, that strength was absent. The in-studio guest constantly interrupted, and forced the discussion on to the issue, not how the media handled it. I wanted more discussion on how the media covered California's "Proposition Hate" (as the off-site guest referenced) outcome, as compared to how the media covered New York's new law. THAT'S THE ISSUE....how the media covered the issue, NOT THE ISSUE ITSELF! Also, please require guests not to interrupt or talk over each other; it became very hard to follow the discussion

    July 4, 2011 at 9:27 am | Reply
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      September 12, 2012 at 2:44 am | Reply

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