Special Reports

An in-depth study, analysis or review exploring the media
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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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Upside Down Economics

Despite much better economy, networks blamed President Bush more than President Obama for financial troubles.  
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MRC Special Report: The Media's Obama Miracle

To study the media “miracle” of scandal denial, MRC analysts reviewed the coverage – or more precisely, the stunning lack of coverage – of just a few Obama scandals and allegations, large and ...
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Media, Left Try to Put Their Hands on Your Shopping Cart

News outlets hype fears of chemical often found in food items, while lefty eco-, PR groups call for ban.
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Special Report: George Soros: Godfather of the Left

Say the name George Soros and liberals see dollar signs – literally. The world’s 22nd richest man, according to Forbes, is now worth $20 billion.
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Executive Summary: George Soros: Godfather of the Left

Liberal billionaire trying to give U.S. a liberal society it can’t refuse. 
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Secular Snobs

In 1993, then-Washington Post reporter Michael Weisskopf dismissed followers of Pat Robertson and Jerry Falwell as “largely poor, uneducated, and easy to command.” A correction came the next ...
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