PBS's angry liberal, Bill Moyers, has been unfairly targeting Karl Rove in the media of late, asserting, in so many words, that Rove is an agnostic who has manipulated the religious right.
When Rove responded in a Chris Wallace interview that he is an observant Episcopalian, Moyers continued to dispute that Rove is religious, stating that Wallace shouldn't take Rove's "every word as gospel."
Wallace skipped his "Power Player of the Week" segment today in order to respond to Moyers:
"If you want to find out about someone's religious beliefs, a good first step might be to ask him. If you had talked to Rove as I did, you would have found out he reads a devotional every day and the biggest charitable contribution he ever made was to his church. Of course, you never called Rove. That's reporting 101, but it would have gotten in the way of a tasty story line about a non-believer flimflamming the Christian right. I guess, Bill, reporting is easier when you don't worry about the facts."