From NewsBusters July 12 article:
Newsweek editor Tina Brown, who last week smeared the Republican Party as “suicide bombers,” was featured as a guest on Tuesday’s Good Morning America to slam the “amorality” of Rupert Murdoch. Brown appeared to discuss the News of the World scandal and the ethics of the media mogul.
Regarding the issue of morality, Newsweek is the same magazine that on July 04 concocted a fake cover of Princess Diana, imagining what the deceased Briton would have been like at age 50. The publication featured a photoshopped image of Diana and Kate Middleton together.
As shown in the excerpt above, the author of this piece, Scott Whitlock, also questioned the morality of Tina Brown because she used the analogy of calling Republicans “suicide bombers” on the current debt ceiling debate.
So, Whitlock’s argument is basically that Brown has no right to criticize the ridiculously corrupt and sneaky journalism scandal of News Corp. entities because she used an analogy to describe the demeanor of the Republicans, and photoshopped a picture of Princess Diana (with Kate Middleton) to put on the cover of Newsweek celebrating what would have been her 50th birthday.
If that’s an example of uncovering “media bias“, it doesn’t get anymore lazy and petty than that.