In celebrating the Inhofe speech, NewsBusters picks up this quote:
"The year 2006 saw many major organs of the media dismiss any pretense of balance and objectivity on climate change coverage and instead crossed squarely into global warming advocacy."
Aside from the Senator's confusion about the meaning of advocacy, his plea for "balance" is typical: as other spinmeisters on this issue insist, Inhofe is arguing that the mainstream media should always put up one voice from one "side" of an argument and one voice from the other, to demonstrate impartiality.
(Bless Bill Blakemore at ABC for being one of the too-few North American journalists who understands his responsibility to pick the highest quality information available, not some random smattering that always includes unsubstantiated and extremist views from every self-interested voice in the crowd.)
But Inhofe clearly doesn't believe that the responsibility to provide a balanced view applies to him. For example, he celebrates the 60 "prominent scientists"  who wrote a letter to Prime Minister Stephen Harper in April, denying that climate change is a concern, but he neglects to mention the letter from 90 legitimate leaders  in the field that immediately followed.
This isn't about balance, Senator Inhofe, and you strain what's left of your credibility when you suggest that it is.