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Study: How the Broadcast Networks Have Deleted Hillary’s E-Mail Scandal

Over the past five weeks, all three broadcast networks have essentially walked away from covering the ex-Secretary of State’s secret extra-governmental e-mail server and the possible loss of ...
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Hyping Hillary's Vacuous Launch; Already Touting Her "Great Message"

Reporters attempt to manufacture excitement over how newly-declared Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton used Twitter, rode around in a van and ate lunch at a Chipotle ("fun and new," opined ...
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Hillary's Campaign, Already Media-Assisted

Hillary's Twitter launch on April 12 was received with words like "sleek," "savvy," "trending," "electrifying," and "approachable."  She was packaged by the press exactly as she wanted ...
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Ripping Rubio: The Media’s Worst Attacks on the Florida Senator

Not long after he arrived on the national scene in 2010 Republican Senator and forthcoming presidential candidate Marco Rubio was exploited by the liberal media as a way to depict Republicans as ...
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Shocking Prime-Time Balance on CBS

Producers of The Good Wife have introduced a wealthy conservative character named Reese Dipple, who engages seasoned liberal lawyer Diane Lockhart on the hot-button social issues of the day.
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CBS Oozes ‘Giant of Journalism,’ 'Amazing' Bob Schieffer Retiring

Following CBS reporter Bob Schieffer announcing his retirement this summer, his colleague Charlie Rose deemed Schieffer a “giant of journalism” who had a “legendary career” at CBS News. While ...
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Yawning Over the Left's Pizza Bullies

While the liberal media lunged at the "bigotry" of Indiana based on their own liberal networks of social media, they ignored the conservative firestorm from the opposite direction.
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Roughing Up Rand: The Media’s Worst Attacks on the Kentucky Senator

Since newly announced presidential candidate Rand Paul first arrived on the national scene, as part of the Tea Party wave of 2010, the Kentucky Republican Senator has been depicted as a ...
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The Media vs. the "Radical," "Right-Wing," "Scary," "Dangerous," and "Slimy" Ted Cruz

Liberal reporters welcomed Ted Cruz to the 2016 presidential race by blasting him as "hardline," "right-wing," "radical," "dumb," "scary," "dangerous" and "slimy" -- all in the first 24 hours. ...
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What Jokes Are Too Insensitive?

You can make fun of the Pope and "sexy" nuns, but one is never allowed to mock Bruce Jenner and transgenders.
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