Over at the Babalu Blog, Henry Gomez does not complain about bias, he quantifies it. Please check out the blog [you will need to scroll down] for the application of the criteria to the various news stories about Cuba.
Here is the actual criteria analyzed:
+10 Points for mentioning that the Castro regime has outlasted 10 U.S. presidential administrations
+10 Points for mentioning Cuba’s “healthcare advances”
+10 Points for mentioning Cuba’s “educational/literacy advances”
+10 Points for referring to either Raul or Fidel Castro as “president”
+10 Points for mentioning U.S. attempts to assassinate Fidel Castro
+10 Points for mentioning U.S. embargo as a possible source for Cuba’s disastrous economy.
+10 Points for mentioning Cuba’s “doctor diplomacy”
+10 Points for using the word “dictator” in connection with Batista and not in connection with the Castro brothers
BONUS: +10 Points for referring to the U.S. embargo on Cuba as a “blockade”.
Now for the negatives.
-10 Points for use of the word “communist”
-10 Points for mention of political prisoners
-10 Points for any mention of possible human rights abuses in Cuba
-10 Points for each mention of the lack a particular freedom (assembly, political speech, movement, etc.)
-10 Points for any favorable mention of Cuban exile community
-10 Points for use of any of the words liberty, freedom or democracy
-10 Points for any reference to firing squads
-10 Points for referring to communist CDRs as neighborhood spy organizations