Liberal bias

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The claim of "liberal bias", while it may be true sometimes, is often used as an argument from subjectivity – a politically-tinted version of the "That's your bias" argument, and a way to avoid losing an argument against liberal conclusions without actually countering them.

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An accusation of liberal bias is implicit in the more specific phrase "liberal media bias".

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  • Wikipedia redirects to media bias as of 2015-01-25
  • Conservapedia: "partisan selection or distortion of information to support liberal policies. This bias can be expressed by professors and public school teachers, College Board exams, reporters and other journalists in mainstream media, and any other information source."
  • RationalWiki
  • SourceWatch