Special Reports

An in-depth study, analysis or review exploring the media
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Soros Clones: 5 Liberal Mega-Donors Nearly as Dangerous as George Soros

From Buffett to Bloomberg, top left-wing supporters give $2.7 billion to push a liberal agenda.
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Hispanic Media in the Balance

A four-month study of the Univision and Telemundo evening newscasts found a marked leftward tilt in both networks’ news coverage, particularly in reporting U.S. domestic policy news, with ...
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Benghazi Blackout: How the Big Three Networks Have Censored or Spun Obama's Deadly Foreign Policy Failure

Wednesday marks the one year anniversary of the attack on the U.S. embassy in Benghazi that left Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans dead and sent the Obama administration ...
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Special Report: Columbia University

Soros Funds Next Generation of Liberal Journalism
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The Censorship Election

An MRC review of the ABC, CBS and NBC broadcast evening news coverage from January 1 through Election Day found that while the networks gave intensive coverage to inconsequential mistakes ...
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CMI Special Report Rewriting the Bible: The Gospel According to Liberals Executive Summary

Journalists and academics reinterpret, alter holy book into ‘tool of progressive social change.’  
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CMI Special Report -- Rewriting the Bible: The Gospel According to Liberals

Journalists and academics reinterpret, alter holy book into ‘tool of progressive social change.’  
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Special Report: Taking Christ out of Christmas

Secularist Grinches have long sought to obscure “the reason for the season.” But censorship of Christianity is increasingly a media mission for all seasons.
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Civil Union: Networks Promoting Gay Agenda

In the stories they chose, the voices they presented and the language they used, ABC, CBS and NBC made the homosexual lifestyle a key part of 2012 campaign.  
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Civil Union: Networks Promoting Gay Agenda -- Executive Summary

In the stories they chose, the voices they presented and the language they used, ABC, CBS and NBC made the homosexual lifestyle a key part of 2012 campaign.  
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