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Iowa Radio Station Dumps ABC Over ‘Pink Slime’ Coverage

Network’s hysterical reporting ‘hurt our community.’
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Soros Foundation Upset Over Lack of Sex Workers at AIDS Conference

Open Society bemoans that U.S. allows HIV Positive visitors, not ‘sex workers,’ drug users.
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Obama’s Tall Tales, Whoppers and Fish Stories

In a CBS interview this past week, the president remarkably asserted that, in his first term, he has gotten all the policy right. His only mistake was not telling a good enough story to the ...
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VP Time: Media Has Prepared Americans for Big Man Like Chris Christie

Liberal fat jokes are sticks and stones to the ample gov.
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ABC Cries ‘Super Bug,’ Chicken Industry Cries Foul

Moving on from “pink slime” attack on beef, Jim Avila targets the poultry industry with an unproven theory.
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Lower Ed: MTV Teaches Savage Sex to Adolescents

Network thinks professional pervert Dan Savage should be educating 14-yr-olds.
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Start the Bleeding!

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CBS Confronts Rick Scott: If ObamaCare 'Is Not the Right Way to Do Things, What Is?'

CBS This Morning went after Governor Rick Scott (R-Fla.) on Thursday, throwing an Orlando Sentinel op-ed and a PolitiFact report at him and challenging him to answer just why ObamaCare wasn't ...
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PBS Defends Use of Convicted Felon as Expert on Documentary

PBS’s “Frontline” defended its use of a convicted felon as an expert in its “Dollars and Dentists” documentary. Phil Bennett, managing editor at “Frontline,” responded on June 28 to the Business ...
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Did ‘Frontline’ Attack on Dentistry Rely on Convicted Felon?

PBS, Soros-funded groups involved in dental documentary that pushes socialized medicine.
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