Martha Raddatz and the faux objectivity of journalistsGlenn Greenwald
Oct. 15, 2012
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For establishment journalists like Raddatz, "objectivity" is the holy grail. In their minds, it is what distinguishes "real reporters" from mere "opinionists" and, worse, partisans. As they tell it, this objectivity means they traffic only in straight facts, unvarnished by ideology or agenda.