We need to dispense with the idea that journalists cannot take a point of view. Every journalist makes decisions with limited resources: what stories to cover, what terms to use, whom to interview, and whom to give credibility. These decisions constitute a point of view, and not every journalist or publication is required to "balance" every story. What is important, besides factual accuracy, is that diverse points of view receive adequate space in a given media market. It is far better to have many biased publications with diverse points of view than to pretend that many publications with similar points of view are "unbiased".
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