I understand why people want "our" press to act agressively conservative. I also secretly wish that the few conservatives that there are in the media would act as unfairly towards liberal guests as their liberal counterparts do towards conservatives. And, I frequently come away with the feeling that conservative hosts, in their quest to appear balanced and fair, are too lazy when questioning liberals --and not fervent enough to defend conservatives adequately (thereby ceding the field). But, I find it's a given that I should remind myself when they're serving in their role as hosts/moderators, they shouldn't be voicing their opinions-- just as I believe liberal journalists shouldn't, but do! Annoying isn't it-- we've spent decades decrying favortism and journalistic bias towards liberals, hoping only to find balance where none exists-- and when it finally should come to pass, the only place a balanced debate does occur is when a conservative is sitting in the driver's seat -- doing his best to be fair to liberals.
I wouldn't want their job, that's for darn sure. So, I just sit here-- watching, wondering, looking on as they make their way through the minefield. Brit really does an all around great job as an anchorman. Tony's pretty decent, too. But, personally, I like him more as an editorialist than an anchor. He really has a great talent for advocating conservatism through his words (the pithy columns he would write about how he wished Republicans would fight harder and stop making concessions to the Democrat Party and the New York Times/Washington post). He also has a great talent when advancing his conservative beliefs through voice (on Rush; or the speeches he gave to conservative groups- remembering one fondly when he called Monica Lewinsky a "humidor with a pulse", and called the Democrats "a party whose only reason for existing is to raise taxes, expand government, support moral depravity and nominate presidential candidates who run a serious risk of contracting 'Dutch Elm Disease'"). I'm not sure, but I think he was aiming that last one specifically at Al Gore.
In any case, Brit and Tony are only a few of the good conservative journalists. There are others out there-- You just can't here them. Why? Because their voices are drowned out not only by the shrill wines of the many liberals that dominate their profession, but also because far too many conservatives waist their soap-boxes bitching about right-wing media's attempt at fairness by allowing other points of view, rather than complaining defiantly about the establishment media's (left-wing) neglect of any fairness, whatsoever!