When asked about his conservative stance, which to his credit he readily admits, Kory should again say that yes he is a conservative and that he has no problem admitting this; then he should turn to whomever asked him that question and ask them:
What about yourself? Who do you support and why don't you let your viewers know so they can filter your work and possible biases appropriately?
Watch this little exchange on CBC's Power and Politics with Don Newman for an example of what I am talking about. What would have Newman of Soloman said if he would have asked them to come clean and be honest with CBC viewers?
Want to make a bet that he would not get an honest answer if he did ask?
Sorry about that. We already know what would happen and I don't expect anyone to be dumb enough to actually make a wager on a question that is the definition of a sucker bet.
The only downside is that Kory wants to get media attention; not drive it away.
Related: Mark Steyn's thoughts on the hyperventilating media. (I hear he may be looking for a TV gig ;)