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WashPost's Henderson: 'Clinton Is Right,' NC Law is 'Greatest Hits of Voter Suppression'

Appearing as a guest on Monday's The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell on MSNBC, Washington Post political reporter Nia-Malika Henderson voiced agreement with comments by Hillary Clinton that a ...
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MSNBC's Hayes: Tea Party 'Climate Denialism' Shows 'Future of the Earth in Peril'

On Monday's All In show on MSNBC, host Chris Hayes fretted that "climate denialism" by the Republican party's "right-wing base" is preventing "meaningful climate policy" from being enacted. After ...
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‘Next Top Model’ Contestants Pose In Objectophilia, Gay, Polygamous Weddings

Marriage reinvented is latest model show trend.
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Out of the Habit: Nets Favor Liberal Nuns 5-1

Networks spotlight lefty activists, turn a blind eye to traditional women religious  
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WashPost's Henderson Lauds Obama on GOP Trying to 'Deny 30 Million People Health Care'

Appearing as a guest on Friday's PoliticsNation, Washington Post political reporter Nia-Malika Henderson declared that President Obama had "framed it very nicely" when he asserted that Republicans ...
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MSNBC's Sharpton Touts Deceptive Claims of Pro-Life Groups 'Lying' to Pregnant Women

On Thursday's PoliticsNation on MSNBC, host Al Sharpton touted the pro-abortion group NARAL's deceptive attacks on "crisis pregancy centers" in Virginia which try to encourage pregnant women not ...
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100+ Pro-Lifers Demand Balanced Abortion Reporting at ABC News

If you’ve noticed the pro-life side of the abortion debate receives little or no attention when the networks report on the abortion issue, you’re not alone.
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The Daily Beast: Weiner not that Different from Your Sexting Teen

Parents can hardly criticize New York mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner for his latest sexting escapade when their teens commit the same deed (and have done so for years) – or so says The Daily Beast.
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