Guess who watches PBS's "Now"?


PBS and Bill Moyers have been getting upset by allegations of bias by the new head of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. The poster child for PBS bioas is Moyers's old program "Now" (which continues under a lesser leftist while Moyers goes to a new show).

How interesting, then, to look at an online poll on the filibuster issue in the Senate, on the "Now" homepage. You have to actually vote to see the results. After my vote to end the filibusters, it read that 96% of respondents want the filibusters to continue. I guess that tells who the fans of "Now" are.

Hat tip: Adolfo

Thomas Lifson   5 22 05