W&W on the Radio: Over the Top

Cable news is grappling with journalistic instincts and pundrit passions, fully aware that you can't really have one without the other. With Fox News' Bret Baier drawing criticism for an interview in which he interrupted President Obama, CNN slammed on the left for hiring Erick Erickson, and Glenn Beck causing consternation even among News Corp. employees, everyone is questioning everyone else's motives.

That's the topic of our latest Wilshire & Washington on the Radio, with guest Matt Lewis from Politics Daily. You can listen to it here.

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