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CBS Blames Tea Party for Possible Government Shutdown

On Thursday's CBS Early Show, correspondent Nancy Cordes portrayed the Tea Party movement as the cause of the budget stalemate in Congress: "With a government shutdown looming, sources say ...

ABC's Jon Karl Touts Liberal Advocacy Group's Claim That 'Tea Party Darlings' Are 'Hypocrites'

Good Morning America's Jon Karl on Thursday used a new study by the liberal Environmental Working Group [EWG] to deride the calls of spending cuts by certain Tea Party Republicans as hypocritical.

NY Times Food Writer Mark Bittman: People Will 'Starve to Death' Under House Budget

New York Times food writer Mark Bittman, who has written many food-related news stories for the Times, unleashed a vicious attack on fiscal conservatives Wednesday: "These supposedly ...

NPR: 'Get Tough' Texas GOP No Longer 'Welcoming' of Illegal Immigration

NPR's Wade Goodwyn noticeably minimized the presence of anti-illegal immigration conservatives from Texas on Tuesday's All Things Considered. Goodwyn tilted towards so-called "welcoming" and ...

Chuck Schumer Caught on Tape Instructing Fellow Dems on How to Spin Media, Networks Ignore

New York Senator Chuck Schumer was caught on tape Tuesday instructing his Democratic colleagues on how to spin the media with regard to "extreme" Republicans and their budget cuts. "I always use ...

Networks Skip Clinton's Assad 'Reformer' Excuse

Appearing on Sunday's Face the Nation on CBS, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton dismissed the idea of U.S. military action in Syria, claiming that unlike Libya's Qadhafi, Syria's Bashir Assad was ...

Hollywood's Current 'Romantic Comedies' Heavy on Hook Ups, Light on Romance

Several trashy, R-rated romantic comedies this year prove once again that Tinseltown is Casual Sex Central.

Michael Shear Pins Medals on Obama, a 'Foreign Policy President' for 2012

Michael Shear reboots the anti-war candidate as an international affairs expert: "But of the likely top-tier Republican candidates, none can boast any significant experience beyond the borders of ...

Lauer Shocks Bachmann: Should We Show Compassion to Al Qaeda in Libya?

NBC's Matt Lauer, on Wednesday's Today show, startled Michele Bachmann as he tried to convince her that Obama's strategy of bombing Libya was a good way to show support for the rebels as he ...

CBS's Wragge Asks Rumsfeld if Obama Being 'Hypocritical' on Libya

On Wednesday's CBS Early Show, co-host Chris Wragge interviewed former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld and questioned President Obama's Libya policy: "...on Monday, the President said it would ...