The result was right though the process wasn't. Since you can't ride two horses in different directions, Williams should have been given a choice -- be a civil, thoughtful analyst on NPR or a demagogic winger on Fox.
I was a member of Journolist. I know for a fact that it was not a partisan message-coordination-machine ... I also want to ask a simple question of the Daily Caller's Jonathan Strong. Can you fairly cover politics without admitting that you, too, have biases?
Chuck Todd has been "kept...up nights" by thoughts of Journolist -- and how it destroyed journalism because it allowed people who were liberal to have private discussions on the Internet about their liberal opinions.
If the liberal media is so strong, as the right claims it to be, then how come all of the liberals in the country don't have as much influence as just Glenn Beck? That's really painful to write, but clearly true.