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BOZELL RIPS LEFT-WING ENVIRONMENTAL GROUP FOR SHAMELESSLY USING PARENTS TO MANIPULATE THE NEWS continue reading
GLOBAL WARMING MELTS JOURNALISTS INTO ENVIRONMENTAL ACTIVISTS From Inauguration Day Through Earth Day Not A Single Global Warming Skeptic Appeared On The ABC, CBS Or NBC Nightly Newscasts ALEXANDRIA, VA - In a striking finding of media bias, the Media Research Centers Free Market Project today released a study showing how network news journalists have shed any pretense of fairness or balance on global warming and have become environmental activists, in staunch opposition to the Bush Administration on this issue. For the three big network nightly newscasts to not air a single comment from a global warming skeptic for three... continue reading
MRCs Network Report Card For The First 100 Days: CBS F ABC "C- NBC B- ALEXANDRIA, Va. - CBS flunked the bias test for its first 100 days of covering President Bush, while ABC and NBC posted low grades, according to a special report released today by the Media Research Center . CBSs John Roberts was the worst reporter, NBCs David Gregory came out the best. continue reading
DAN RATHER MUST APOLOGIZE FOR BRAZEN PARTISANSHIP ON-AIR TONIGHT continue reading
MEDIAS DISCONNECT ON GLOBAL WARMING: CBS AND NBC VS. FOX ALEXANDRIA, Va. - Media Research Center President Brent Bozell pointed to the great discrepancy in coverage over the past 24 hours of the global warming issue as evidence of a growing disconnect between establishment media such as CBS and NBC and new media like FOX. continue reading
Bozell To AP: Its Our Way of Celebrating the Fumigation of Washington Critics Discuss End of Clinton Era By Calvin Woodward Associated Press Writer Thursday, Jan. 18, 2001; 9:02 p.m. EST WASHINGTON Among all the goodbyes from and for President Clinton, a good riddance was added to the mix Thursday night. A collection of his critics gathered for a mirthful funeral for the Clinton administration. They feasted on filet mignon, salmon and scandals of the Clinton era. Even as Clinton said farewell to the nation on TV, they sipped wine at their $125-a-plate dinner and squeezed the last sour grapes... continue reading