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After taking some heat for barring the press altogether from their upcoming convention in Nashville, the organizers of the Nationwide Tea Party Convention say they will open the doors to the media -- but not all the media.
In a statement on its Web site Thursday, the Tea Party Nation announced it would allow five news organizations access to the conference, which takes place in Nashville from February 4 to 6 and features Sarah Palin as the keynote speaker.
The admitted news organizations are Fox News, Breitbart.com, Townhall.com, The Wall Street Journal and WorldNetDaily. All five are generally considered to be right-wing news organizations. Two of them -- Fox News and the Journal -- are owned by media magnate Rupert Murdoch.