There is still a good chance the first debate between John McCain and Barack Obama will take place Friday night in Mississippi. But in addition to scrutinizing the candidates, what kind of performance can we expect from the members of the media who will be asking the questions. What topics will dominate? Will we see hardballs or softballs? And will the questions be objective or betray a bias for a candidate of a policy position? We ask Robert Knight, Director of the Culture and Family Institute.
Are the mainstream media outlets being fair or biased in their coverage of the current economic mess? Where do they point the finger of blame? Who might they be protecting? And what “solutions” are they promoting?
Listen to Greg’s interview with Dan Gainor, Vice President of the Business and Media Institute as they discuss these questions and more.