People always ask why a liberal bias is so prevalent in the media when more Americans admit being conservative than left-leaning.
One of the answers is that journalism schools at our nation's colleges and universities are hot-beds of liberalism.
As a perfect example, the following song was created by graduate students at Columbia University's School of Journalism.
Rapping over Jay-Z's "Empire State of Mind," the students mocked the Fox News Channel and host Sean Hannity as they sang to their class about ethics in journalism (video embedded below the fold with subtitled lyrics, h/t Breitbart TV):
"But there's no need to hear crazy, Or create false sense of parity, Like Fox News and Hannity."
Makes you wonder whether these journalism students know how many liberal contributors there are at Fox versus conservative contributors at ABC, CBS, CNN, MSNBC, NBC, and PBS COMBINED!
Somehow I doubt their professors discuss that parity.
In fact, these kid probably admire MSNBC's Keith Olbermann despite the fact he almost never invites anyone on "Countdown" who disagrees with him.
How's that for parity, boys and girls?
Viewers should also note the line, "I'm not a prostitute," which could be a not-so subtle dig on Hannah Giles.
I guess to these folks, exposing a crooked organization like ACORN doesn't meet their ethical standards.
Makes you wonder how they feel about "journalists" aiding and abetting one presidential candidate's White House ambitions.
In the end, if conservatives really want "parity" in the media, they're going to have to do a better job of getting this message out at America's journalism schools or else a whole new generation of liberal reporters will be showing up at a television station or paper near you.