INDC Journal has them.
One thing that the interview makes clear: CBS did not operate out of a conscious decision to underwrite the Kerry campaign's talking points.
For some, this mitigates their offense.
But to the Posse, it is even more damning.
CBS is now so biased it can't even recognize when it is slanting a story. It is one thing to twist the truth, it is another to not even know it anymore.
This is common among many reporters. Their partisanship and belief system permeates their work in such a way that they can no more remove it than they can remove their own lungs. They are one.
This is perhaps the most dismaying feature of modern media reportage. A ruthless editor making up a story to settle scores is contemptable, but he can be reasoned with. He can admit wrongdoing and be sanctioned and possible reform.
But people ignorant of their own sins cannot reform. We can almost imagine the deer-in-the-headlights look on the CBS officials' faces when INDC asked its questions about disclosing Ms. Cocco's relationship with a radical anti-war organization.
"Why would we do that?"
It isn't malice so much as cluelessness.