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CNN's Rick Sanchez: Obsessed With Fox News, Beck, and Limbaugh

CNN anchor Rick Sanchez revisited his vendetta against Fox News, Glenn Beck, and Rush Limbaugh on Thursday's Rick's List. Sanchez brought on outgoing Representative Bob Inglis, who lost a primary ...

CBS 'Early Show' Ignores Accusations of Bias Against Judge Behind Prop 8 Ruling

While Thursday reports on both ABC's Good Morning America and NBC's Today featured Proposition 8 supporters questioning the impartiality of California Federal Judge Vaughn Walker's decision to ...

Fin-Reg 'Hope and Change': Santelli Laments SEC FOIA Restrictions

Provision in recently passed Dodd-Frank Act gives regulators ability to limit transparency.

Gail Collins Goes After John Boehner, Joe the Plumber, and Pool-Hall Owners

Watch as the Times' columnist, in a full-force snob-a-thon, exposes the self-evident silliness of plumbers, pool-hall owners, and the majority of Missourians opposed to Obama-care.

Today Show Invites on Rolling Stone Reporter to Complain About Pentagon Ban

NBC's Today show invited on the reporter, whose Rolling Stone article essentially got General Stanley McChrystal fired, on Thursday's show to complain that the Pentagon denied him an embed because ...

Kirk Johnson, Once Again, Uncovers an Anti-Conservative Backlash Out West

Reporter Kirk Johnson plugs for a Colorado Democrat congresswoman who "said she hoped talk [of the "rabid tone" of the Tea Party movement] would work to her advantage and that of other Democrats. ...

No Balance on ABC: Network Features Liberals When Prop 8 Was Passed and a Liberal When It's Overturned

On Thursday's Good Morning America, George Stephanopoulos sought out the reaction of liberal Slate correspondent Dahlia Lithwick to discuss Proposition 8. No conservative guest appeared in ...

ABC Highlights 'Sharp' Increase in Income Gap

Reporter Rich Blake notes 'four decade' gap increase, ignores tax rates and inflation

In Wake of Prop 8 Defeat, Times Reflects on Gay Marriage as 'Wedge Issue'

A federal judge's ruling against Prop 8, the 2008 voter initiative banning gay marriage in California, was the source of editorial joy: "...a stirring and eloquently reasoned denunciation of all ...

Networks Ignore Missouri Voters' Rejection of ObamaCare, Instead Celebrate Obama's Birthday

In the first voter referendum on ObamaCare, Missourians on Tuesday overwhelmingly (by 71 to 29 percent) repudiated it, an outcome the St. Louis Post-Dispatch described as "rebuking President ...