There used to be a saying in journalism circles that if you were upsetting both the left and the right, you must be doing your job. And, as the Indiana University study shows, most journalists want to walk that fine line between the left and the right. I'll admit, it's sometimes hard to do, as we all bring our biases to everything we do. And maybe journalists as a whole sometimes need to be better at suppressing our personal opinions. At the same time, we have to hope we'll get to a point where people will be willing to challenge their own way of thinking, even if it just helps them become more convinced that they were right in the first place. We all want affirmation in life, but we shouldn't want it at the potential cost of learning something new.