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Timothy Egan on the Stupidity of Sarah Palin and Michele Bachmann

Former reporter turned columnist Timothy Egan, classy as ever: "Palin no longer has to govern, since quitting halfway through her term in Alaska. Relying on her singular, God-given inability to ...

CBS: 'Polarizing' Palin Speaks At 'Anti-Abortion Rights Rally'

On Thursday's CBS Early Show, news reader Erica Hill used loaded liberal terms to describe a Texas pro-life event that Sarah Palin attended on Wednesday: "Palin shared the stage in an ...

CNN Claims 'No Favorites,' But New MRC Data Documents Its Liberal Skew

CNN has launched a new advertising campaign, claiming to be the only cable network without an ideological ax to grind. But an MRC review of the network's primetime shows in October shows liberal ...

Times 'New Media' Editor Suggests Print Subscribers Are Suckers

So much for those sharp, sophisticated Times readers. Editor Gerald Marzorati said at a new media conference that Times subscribers have no clue how much they're spending on the print edition: "We ...

USA Today Reporter Outs Himself As...a Democrat

In his weekly "The Final Word" column for USA Today, "Out of the closet...well, almost," features reporter Craig Wilson recalled in Wednesday's newspaper: "I once knew a gay youth who was bullied. ...

MSNBC's Harris-Perry: Moderate Dems Hurt by Opposing 'Center Right' Pelosi/Obama Agenda

Appearing as a guest on Monday's Last Word, MSNBC contributor and Princeton University Associate Professor Melissa Harris-Perry claimed that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and President Barack Obama ...

Olbermann's New Sign-Off Mocks John Boehner & GOP House Takeover

Since Republicans won control of the House of Representatives last week, MSNBC host Keith Olbermann has recited at the end of his Countdown show a new signoff each night he has hosted noting the ...

From Soda Taxes to Happy Meal Toy Bans, Media Feed Viewers Food Police Message

Under guise of anti-obesity crusade, liberal media ask if soda is 'killing us,' compare it to cocaine and condemn fast food companies for ads.

Today Film Critic Gene Shalit Retires After 40 Years of Reviewing Movies and the Occasional Liberal Preaching

After 40 years of delivering snarky movie reviews for NBC's Today show, Gene Shalit is calling it quits, with his final broadcast this Thursday and the long-serving movie critic didn't reserve his ...

Chris Matthews' New Thrill: Host Hyperbolically Compares Valerie Plame Movie to 'Casablanca'

Hardball host Chris Matthews on Monday rhapsodized over Fair Game, the new Sean Penn movie about the Valerie Plame scandal, even going so far as to compare the film to the classic Casablanca.