If you feel as though John McCain is consulted far too often by our very serious liberal media, it's not just your imagination. Here are the numbers to prove it.
According to a study by the University of Minnesota's Smart Politics blog, McCain was the most mentioned member of the Senate in national television and radio reports during the first six months of the year.
McCain's name was touted in 1,958 news stories between January and June—an average of roughly 10 stories a day.
John McCain sold out nearly everything he ever stood for during the 2008 campaign and in the four years that have passed since then. I suppose that makes him the perfect person to turn to for today's conventional wisdom.