I am old enough to remember when there was still a pretense of inquiry in covering the issues of the day. The great scattering of independent newspapers, broadcast channels, and a very diverse selection of magazines at least gave the appearance of choice and information. I cannot see the press of this day rousing itself for more than a cheap thrill, to sell the latest crap-o-the-day seems to be the guide. In my book, Moyers does not seem even remotely "radical", he is an old fashioned Democrat, fighting for the good of the Commonwealth. Good on him for that, too. If we had a few more like him in places that could be heard, there might be some real debate about this criminal bunch that is ruining the future.
"A bayonet is a tool with a worker at both ends."-Lenin