RULING CLASS HYPOCRISY: When Journalists Commit Domestic Violence. “Lo and behold, it seems that the media itself has a domestic violence problem. Ten cases discovered at first Google. Which is twice as many, to be specific, as the five cases that have had the media in such a frenzy over domestic violence in the National Football League. Where are these ten cases to be found? Two cases at ESPN, with the rest spread out over affiliates of ABC, CBS, NBC and, yes, the New York Times. And there are others for television stations not affiliated with the major networks. With all this massive focus on what the Wall Street Journal calls ‘moral preening’ in the media about domestic violence in the NFL — isn’t it a tad curious that the same ‘moral preening’ is absent, that the camera never swings around to the media itself?”