Dr McDougall can cover any topic he chooses - his newsletter; his forum.
However, I don't recall ever being so aware of political bias as during this difficult election process! One used to have to use tally sheets to guess the aisle affiliation of newscasters - as well as entertainers such as Leno and Letterman. This year, all bets have been off in that regard. It's painstakingly obvious where the aforementioned stand.
Details and events that should have been discussed and covered have been ignored. Details and events that would have ended (or severly maimed) the political aspirations of others have been ignored.
On Thursday, surprisingly, Tom Brokaw AND Charlie Rose mused, in their respective broadcasts, that "we really don't know very much about Barach Obama."
Hmm....whom might we hold accountable for that misstep in fair and equal reporting?
Michael Jordan has proven he is both brilliant athlete and clever public figure. When recently asked why he has not endorsed a candidate, he replied, "Both Republicans and Democrats buy underwear."
Why would those possessing brilliance risk alienating those who might hold different views (but, gasp, might also be intelligent enough to formulate their view)?
Both Republicans and Democrats seek nutritional advice. We were all bright enough to find Dr McDougall and this forum.