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MSNBC's Alter: 'A Lot of People Will Die' If Romney Is Elected

Appearing as a guest on Thursday's The Ed Show, MSNBC political analyst Jonathan Alter - formerly of Newsweek - advised the Obama campaign to argue that, if Mitt Romney is elected President, "a ...
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ABC's Karl: 'Most Outrageous Ad' Comes from Obama Super PAC

On Thursday's World News, ABC correspondent Jonathan Karl gave attention to the now-infamous Obama superpac ad that blames Mitt Romney for a man's wife dying of cancer, labeling it "the single ...
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Study: In Social Psychology, Left-Wing Agenda is King

Prejudice and discrimination in the ivory tower? Say it ain’t so!
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NBC's Mitchell Describes Push for Free Birth Control as 'Contraception Rights'

On Wednesday's NBC Nightly News, as correspondent Andrea Mitchell filed a report recounting that President Obama is running ahead of Mitt Romney with female voters, Mitchell referred to liberal ...
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Global Warming Sky Still Falling, CNN Assures

CNN.com promotes Op-Ed by Global Warming activist Chicken Little.
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And let Harry disprove it.

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Schultz Tries to Make Sikh Temple Shootings an Embarrassment for Malkin

On Monday's The Ed Show, host Ed Schultz suggested that the weekend attack on a Sikh temple in Wisconsin proves conservative commentator Michelle Malkin was wrong in 2009 when she criticized a ...
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ABC's Klein: GOP 'Taking the Bait' After Reid's 'Wildly Unsubstantiated' and 'Irresponsible' Charge

On Sunday's World News, ABC's senior Washington editor, Rick Klein, found it to be a "wildly unsubstantiated" and "irresponsible" claim for Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid to accuse Mitt Romney ...
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CBS Takes One Last Bite at Chick-fil-A

Highlights lesbian-created ‘Chick on Chick-fil-A’ sandwich to bash company.
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GLAAD Tidings: CNN, Gay Group in Committed Relationship

CNN is a GLAAD Corporate Partner. GLAAD is CNN’s go-to for stories on gays.
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