It would seem to me that the only way we can be totally sure of unbiased reporting is to restrict the press use of adjectives. But...no one would read, watch, or listen. Maybe we should just accept that reporters also have feelings, opinions, and an occasional agenda and go on from there? I am tired of the media pointing fingers at each other and claiming to be "the only true word. Try to watch or listen to as many versions of any story that seems important to you (I know, I know...the media tries to SET the importance agenda) and assume that the truth is somewere in the middle. If you can get the same story on CNN, FOX, MSNBC, and the radio "news on the hour" then you might have a fighting chance at accuracy. Note that I have discounted newspapers and have totally disregarded Newsweek and Time. There is a new magazine out there called The Week that carries very little advertising and evidently trys to give BOTH sides of the story...ex: The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times reporting on particular issues (also includng several more "credible" sources in all media forms). I suggest reading The Week on a regular basis....but don't leave out other sources. I just wanted to share these thoughts.