Mr. Roger Ailes
Chairman and CEO
FOX News Channel
1211 Avenue of the Americas
New York, NY 10036

Dear Mr. Ailes:

I have sent a card to Arthur O. Sulzberger, Jr. criticizing the Times for running two articles and an editorial attacking you for recommending to Pres. Bush that he take strong measures in response to 9/11. Accuracy in Media has reminded us of the Times' handling of Walter Cronkite's 1990 admission that in 1968 he advised Bobby Kennedy to seek the Democratic nomination for president. The Times printed on its op-ed page excerpts from the talk in which Cronkite made this admission, but it printed no criticism of it. AIM also points out that the media give politicians advice all the time and that one of their worst violations of journalistic ethics is helping politicians they like by suppressing news that would hurt them, such as the cover-up of the evidence that Vincent Foster was murdered and TWA Flight 800 was shot down. Fox News should show its balance by reporting stories like these, showing up the Times.