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No interview program can assure public its guests wil not lie

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To The Daily Sun,

Last week I challenged anyone to give an example of Fox News lying and Robert Moran of Meredith took on the challenge. Nice work Robert, your research was well done and impressive and I give you points for trying, but only because Hannity is an annoying, demagogue, right-wing kind of guy who failed to vet his interviews properly. Your standards of implied purity are unattainable by any news outlet in the world. No interview program can assure the public that it's guests will or are telling the truth, not misleading or outright lying. No programing can be condemned for the words or actions of outside sources — that's ridiculous.
Steve Earle