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ABC's Robin Roberts Coos to Obama: 'How Difficult Is It to Stay on Message?'

ABC's Robin Roberts conducted a fawning interview with Barack Obama on Wednesday's Good Morning America, downplaying controversy and instead offering fawning softballs such as "How difficult is it ...

ABC Glamorizes the 'Financial Terrorist' on a 'Crusade to 'Restore the American Dream'

Nightline correspondent Vicki Mabrey profiled self-described "financial terrorist" Bruce Marks on Friday, painting his actions in a religious light as a "revival of spirits" and "hopes." Co-host ...

That's Not Rain, It's God Crying for Teddy

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All Three Morning Shows Skip Any Reference to Radical Obama Czar and 9/11 Truthers

All three morning shows on Friday skipped any reference to the developing controversy over Obama administration Green Jobs Czar Van Jones and his connection to the 9/11 Truther movement. CBS's ...

ABC's George Stephanopoulos Attacks: Obama Must 'Intimidate Republicans' With Speech

Former Democratic strategist turned journalist George Stephanopoulos appeared on Thursday's Good Morning America to declare that President Obama's address to Congress on September 9 must ...

CBS: Levi Johnston Claims May 'Shatter' Palin's 'Conservative Family Image'

Teasing an upcoming segment on Thursday's CBS Early Show about new attacks on Sarah Palin by the father of her grandson, Levi Johnston, co-host Maggie Rodriguez exclaimed: "And shocking ...

ABC Again Touts Toilet Paper-shunning Environmentalist; Downplays Liberalism

On Thursday's Good Morning America, for the third time in two years, Sam Champion interviewed an extreme environmentalist who shunned toilet paper for a year as part of a project to be carbon ...

Only ABC Highlights the Scope of How Fast Obama's Poll Numbers Are Falling

Of the three morning shows, only ABC's Good Morning America on Wednesday highlighted just how quickly and severely Barack Obama's approval ratings have fallen. In a report on the subject, ...

UAW Has Reason to Celebrate This Labor Day

Networks downplay union criticism while Obama's control of auto companies pays off for labor.
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