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‘The View’ Shows Rare Common Sense on Chick-Fil-A

Even reliably liberal talkers say company has right to its opinion.
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Sports Media Launches Olympic-Sized Blitz from Left

Sportswriters advocate progressive Olympics, assault Republican politicians on air.
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It's Simple Supply and Demand

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NBC's Isikoff Links Bush to Gun Used in Aurora Shootings

Appearing on the Saturday, July 21, Melissa Harris-Perry show on MSNBC, NBC correspondent Michael Isikoff - formerly of Newsweek - made a point of noting that one of the guns used in the Aurora ...
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CBS's Nancy Giles Insists There is a GOP 'War on Women'

Appearing as a panel member on the Saturday, July 21, Melissa Harris-Perry show on MSNBC, liberal CBS contributor Nancy Giles complained about Republican efforts to discourage abortion, and ...
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MSNBC's Alter Complains About NRA 'Gag Order' That is 'Imposed on Our National Conversation'

Appearing as a panel member on the Sunday, July 22, Melissa Harris-Perry show, MSNBC political analyst Jonathan Alter - formerly of Newsweek - charged that the NRA has "imposed" a "gag order" that ...
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CBS's Cowan Forwards Bloomberg Attacking Gun Rights Advocates

On the July 22 CBS Sunday Morning show, correspondent Lee Cowan highlighted criticism of gun rights by New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, using a soundbite of the liberal mayor scurrilously ...
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NBC's Isikoff Suggests 'Powerful NRA' Makes It Harder to Protect Theaters

On Saturday's Today show, as NBC corresponent Michael Isikoff - formerly of Newsweek - filed a report on the drive to make people safer at movie theaters after the Aurora massacre, he concluded ...
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Piers Morgan Pushes Gun Control, Bristles at Notion of Delaying Political Debate

CNN anchor Piers Morgan devoted a considerable portion of his Friday program to pushing for more gun control, breaking with those who have advised delaying such talk until after a period of ...
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NPR's Totenberg: 'Bankers and Business' Are the 'Super-crooked'

On Friday's Inside Washington on PBS, regular panel member Nina Totenberg - a correspondent for NPR - generalized that "bankers and business" are not only the "super-rich" but also the ...
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