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ALEXANDRIA, VA To commemorate its 20th Anniversary, the Media Research Center has compiled the most outrageous liberal media quotes of the past two decades in a special edition of Notable Quotables, the MRCs bi-weekly compilation of the latest outrageous, often humorous quotes from the liberal media. The Top Ten Notable Quotables of the past 20 years are provided below, and the full special edition containing more than 100 quotes many accompanied by audio and video clips is available online at . This collection shows the scope of the very problem the MRC was founded to combat, stated Brent Bozell,... continue reading
ALEXANDRIA, VA - "CBS's timing is abysmal, given that this week marks the one-year anniversary of the massacre of five Amish girls and the wounding of five others in a Pennsylvania school on October 2, 2006," said Robert Knight, Director of MRC's Culture and Media Institute. "The makers of Cold Case seem to have a fetish for linking Christians and murder," Knight said. "Last Sunday, they smeared Bible-believing abstinence club teens as sex-obsessed, stone-throwing murderers. This Sunday, they're offering up a plot about an Amish girl who is murdered while on 'rumspringa,' the period in which the Amish allow teens... continue reading
ALEXANDRIA, VA - Media Research Center President Brent Bozell blasted MSNBC for deliberately misrepresenting statements radio host Rush Limbaugh made Thursday about an anti-war activist who falsely and despicably passed himself off as an Army Ranger and Purple Heart winner. On Friday, MSNBC's Hardball and Countdown programs wrongly adopted the dishonest spin of the far-left group Media Matters to attack Limbaugh. On Monday, three days before Limbaugh's comments, ABC's World News exposed the same anti-war activist, and ABC reporter Brian Ross declared his story "a complete fabrication." In spite of this, Media Matters and MSNBC pounded Limbaugh for making the... continue reading
ALEXANDRIA, VA CBS and CNN continue to make inaccurate attacks against Bill OReilly. They claim he made racist remarks during his radio program this past week regarding a dinner he had with Al Sharpton at a Harlem restaurant. The charges are false. Even the Reverend Sharpton has said they are false. In light of these despicably false accusations, Media Research Center President Brent Bozell is calling upon CBS and CNN to distance themselves from left-wing hate groups and apologize to Bill OReilly for their participation in the smear campaign against him: Bill OReillys accusersthe dishonest leftists at Media Matters, CBS... continue reading
ALEXANDRIA, VA Today the Media Research Center released an extensive review of content posted on The Huffington Post weblog since its inception two years ago. The report, Huffingtons House of Horrors, exposes an ongoing campaign of profanity, crude sexual and excretory metaphors and outright hate speech against conservatives, despite the pledge to avoid offensive content made by founder Arianna Huffington at the onset of the blog. In light of The Huffington Posts experimental online presidential debate that will debut this week in conjunction with Yahoo! and, MRC President Brent Bozell issued the following statement: The Huffington Post is a... continue reading
Alexandria, VA Viacoms MTV has announced it purchased 10 episodes of a bisexual dating show featuring MySpace star Tila Tequila. The show, A Shot At Love With Tila Tequila, will premiere on MTV October 9th. The show features 16 straight guys and 16 lesbians vying for Ms. Tequila. According to MTV, Ms. Tequila is a bisexual. Culture and Media Institute director Robert Knight has condemned MTVs move to further pollute the minds of young Americans. MTV continues to be the top media corruptor of teens by advocating promiscuity, violence, gore, an attitude of disrespect, and irresponsibility. This show brings the... continue reading
Alexandria, VA- Culture and Media Institute Director Bob Knight has issued the following statement regarding Dr. D. James Kennedys passing. The CMI staff mourns the passing of D. James Kennedy and extends condolences to his family. He was one of Americas most courageous champions of traditional values in the face of a hostile media culture. He consistently challenged America to live up to her moral ideals, and never backed down or compromised his beliefs. Dr. Kennedy was truly a great defender of personal responsibility. T o schedule an interview with MRC President Bozell or an MRC spokesperson, please contact Tim... continue reading
Alexandria, VA All three broadcast network morning shows are dramatically tilting their presidential campaign coverage in favor of the Democrats, a new study from the Media Research Center has documented. MRCs analysts found the morning shows are offering nearly twice as much coverage of the Democrats, are three times more likely to have a Democratic candidate appear as an on-air guest, and are confronting both parties with an overwhelmingly liberal agenda. The MRC report, Rise and Shine on Democrats , reviewed all 517 campaign segments on ABCs Good Morning America , CBSs The Early Show and NBCs Today from January... continue reading
ALEXANDRIA, VA In light of the announcement that Atlanta Falcon superstar Michael Vick will plead guilty to operating a dog fighting ring, the Media Research Centers Culture and Media Institute calls upon the NFL to ban Vick permanently from professional football as broadcasting him as a role model to millions of impressionable young people on national television is unacceptable: Michael Vick has overstepped the bounds of human civility, said L. Brent Bozell III, president of the Media Research Center. Vick is no longer fit to serve as a role model for the millions of children who look up to and... continue reading
Alexandria, VA The debut on Friday of High School Musical 2 attracted 17.24 million viewers, shattering cable viewing records and proving beyond doubt that there is a demand for wholesome family entertainment. By contrast, the premiere airing of the much-hyped The Sopranos series finale on pay cable pulled in only 11.9 million viewers. The previous basic cable record was set in 2006 with ESPNs debut of Monday Night Football, which garnered 16 million viewers. Hollywood likes to tell us there isnt a market for family-friendly television shows, said L. Brent Bozell III, president of the Media Research Center. Those smut... continue reading