Talk:Media Matters for America
Currently the article states that Media Matters takes people out of context. Is that truly the case? Generally they emphasize the most incorrect aspects of a particular news item, and then give the full context. They also opten provide video and/or audio documentation.
This needs to be corrected.--Nomine Cervus 17:44, 23 May 2007 (EDT)
I don't know anything about this organization, but this article is awful. It refers to someone as "Brock" before using his full name (later revealed to be David Brock, in a quote). It should say who he is first. Like I said, I don't know, but I was reading and got confused. Also, the quote about him at the bottom is suspicious, since it is highly biased coming from someone who is suing him. Without knowing anything about the merits of the lawsuit, it seems to insinuate that the person filing the lawsuit is correct. It would be better if the article looked at the actual facts relevant to the lawsuit (if relevant to the article). In short, even a conservative article about a liberal group should be factual. --TMills 15:49, 1 June 2007 (EDT)
Ok, I'll try to do this right. What I am fixing is an error in this article that states "nonpersonalities" instead of "non partisan" personalities. Is that ok? --Nomine Cervus 23:36, 28 November 2007 (EST)
Ok, next thing that needs to be addressed. Splitting David Brock's information into a new page. What do you all think about that?--Nomine Cervus 23:38, 28 November 2007 (EST)