CBS Sees Fault only in Getting Caught.

January 01, 2004  ·  Michael Fumento  ·  Scripps Howard News Service  ·  Adhd

Why did CBS's "60 Minutes" rely on forged documents its own experts found suspicious? It was probably hoping to boost its ratings, along with John Kerry's flagging campaign. Yet there's a more telling reason: They – and Dan Rather – have gotten away with gross distortions of the truth before.

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Witness a CBS "48 Hours" hit piece that originally aired in November 2001, anchored and hosted by Rather. It concerned Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), which CBS perhaps correctly said "may be the most controversial health issue in the United States."