Also, what's this about the "conservative mantra" being crammed down our throats? Does it not occur to Mr. Schultz that the reason conservative media is so popular is because people like it? That maybe people listen to Rush Limbaugh, utilize their brains a bit, and then make the conscious decision to like what he's saying? Anne Coulter writes books because people buy them. Fox News stays in business because people watch. Rush Limbaugh stays on the air because people listen to him. There are no evil plans involved in this equation, people simply agree with conservative ideals. Yet evil plans are exactly what people like Schultz insinuate when they make comments like the one quoted above.
Many liberals have tried to establish themselves in today's market but none have been able to go the distance. Tavis Smiley on National Public Radio is a definite liberal voice and Alan Colmes was on the radio in New York City long before he was picked up by Fox. Colmes obviously was not successful until being associated with Sean Hannity and Tavis Smiley only stays on the air because of public funding. A great example of the public's lack of interest in a liberal talk show is Phil Donahue who was fired from MSNBC after his show did poorly.
Those examples prove that the only reason liberals aren't that popular is that the public just doesn't choose to tune in.