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ABC & NBC Seize on Palin 'Sparking New Controversy' in 'Feud' With PETA

On Monday, both ABC's Good Morning America and NBC's Today hyped a supposed "controversy" between Sarah Palin and radical animal rights group PETA, after Palin shared a touching photo of her Down ...
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Bob Schieffer: GOP Isn’t ‘Doing Very Much’ to ‘Appeal to Hispanics and African Americans’

On Sunday morning, former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich appeared on CBS’s Face the Nation to discuss a variety of topics including the ongoing controversy involving Congressman Steve Scalise ...
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Presidential Historian Douglas Brinkley Compares Obama to FDR

President Obama’s annual Christmas vacation wrapped up this past weekend and on Saturday CBS Evening News did its best to promote the president’s 2015 agenda. CBS reporter Chip Reid filed a report ...
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Sneering at the Sniper Movie

The New York Times has a serious problem with a movie that puts "military" and "hero" in the same sentence.
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CBS Frets Jeb Bush Will Have Trouble in Primary Since GOP ‘Enthusiastically’ Backs ‘More Conservative Candidates’

On Thursday’s CBS Evening News, correspondent Jan Crawford reported on former Florida Governor Jeb Bush’s resignation from a number of corporate and nonprofit boards ahead of a possible campaign ...
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The Media’s Super Mario: Decades of Journalistic Ardor for Cuomo’s Liberal Advocacy

There is no right-of-center politician who has become a hero to journalists for their passionate rhetoric on behalf of conservatism, but former New York Governor Mario Cuomo was a hero to ...
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Networks Remember Cuomo as a 'Spellbinding' 'Liberal Lion'

All three networks on Friday offered glowing tributes to the "spellbinding," "liberal lion," Mario Cuomo, the Democratic politician who passed away on Thursday. Using phrases like "liberal ...
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The Media’s Cracked Crystal Ball: What Journalists Said We’d Find in 2015

In the 1980s and ’90s, journalists passed along expert predictions of the world as they thought it would be by the year 2015. Now that the New Year has finally arrived, it might be fun to ...
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Wash Post, NYT Devote Over 3800 Words to Hyping Scalise Scandal

The liberal New York Times and the Washington Post went into hyperdrive, Wednesday, devoting a combined 3800 words and three front page stories to a scandal involving ...
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Networks Skip Gruber, ObamaCare, Bad Obama Poll Numbers, Hong Kong in Year in Review Roundups

Each of the network morning shows devoted some time on Wednesday to looking back at the biggest news stories of year and, while they certainly could not have included every story in the allotted ...
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