L.A. blogger Patterico has split his annual year-end rant from the political right about the Los Angeles Times into two installments. Part one finds liberal bias rampant in the paper's coverage of the presidential campaign. Part two takes on what he calls "the paper's campaign against Justice Scalia, the editors' leftist views on various 'culture wars' issues, the op-ed page under Michael Kinsley, errors made by the paper this year, and other topics." Patterico's gatherings of a year's worth of pointed commentary has event status in the swirl of conservative blogs, and the comments are already pouring in. Patterico, whose day job is prosecutor in the L.A. County District Attorney's office, also contributes to the righty media criticism blog Oh, That Liberal Media.
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