From today's New York Post editorial:
The Los Angeles Times is standing on what it calls journalistic integrity - a promise made to its source - in refusing to release a 2003 videotape of Barack Obama fulsomely praising a Palestinian apologist for armed "resistance" against Israel.
Pardon our skepticism.
The paper, which has endorsed Obama, said it obtained the tape from "a confidential source" who demanded "that we not release it." But what of the public's right to know?
Does anyone seriously believe that, as John McCain said yesterday, "if there was a tape with me and Sarah Palin and some neo-Nazi . . . you think that that tape wouldn't be made public?"...
...the founders of The Politico report that "Obama will win the votes of 80 percent or more of the journalists covering the election."
And journalists wonder why Americans don't trust the media.