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CBS Evening News Mentions Anti-Romney Cancer Ad, Fails to ID Producer as Obama Super PAC

Wednesday's CBS Evening News finally mentioned the controversial ad -- produced by an Obama super PAC -- which blames Mitt Romney for former steel worker Joe Soptic's wife dying of cancer, as ...
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HuffPo Attacks Family Research Council as ‘Hate Group’ Even After Shooting

Even after the shooting of a security guard at the Family Research Council, the Huffington Post can’t stop slamming the pro-family organization as a “hate group.”
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CBS Uniquely Notes Racial Tinge of Biden's 'Chains' Gaffe

As the broadcast network evening newscasts on Tuesday gave attention to Vice President Joseph Biden asserting that Mitt Romney, by "unchaining" Wall Street would effectively "put y'all back in ...
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Game of Thrones Author Preaches to the Liberal Choir, Offensively

George R.R. Martin accused ‘Tea-Baggers’ of trying to steal the election with voter ID laws.
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Nets Relay Obama's Attack on Ryan, Only CBS Notes Rebuttal

All three broadcast network evening newscasts recounted President Obama's charge that Rep. Paul Ryan is holding up a farm aid bill as the President campaign in Iowa, but only CBS's Nancy Cordes ...
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Author Advocates Letting ‘Mouth-breathing, Racist’ South Secede

‘We didn’t let the South go when we had the chance. We would have avoided a lot of problems.’
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Media Repeatedly Ignores Violent Attacks Against Pro-Lifers

Networks silent on harassment of conservatives, instead devote coverage to Tom Cruise’s divorce.
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ABC, NBC Press Axelrod on Anti-Romney Cancer Ad as CBS Skips

As she subsitute hosted CBS's Face the Nation on Sunday, Nancy Cordes managed to avoid bringing up the controversial Obama super PAC ad that blames Mitt Romney for the death of a man's wife, even ...
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Chris Matthews Slams Paul Ryan Budget as 'Screwing' Needy People

On a special Saturday edition of Hardball, MSNBC host Chris Matthews twice claimed that Republican Rep. Paul Ryan's budget "screws" needy people. During a segment with Democratic Rep. Chris Van ...
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