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Tortured Football Analogy: Ed Schultz Compares Obama to Auburn; Republicans are Alabama

Perhaps the White House told Ed Schultz to compare the administration to a powerhouse football team? On Monday's MSNBC program, the liberal host offered a most tortured analogy: Barack Obama is ...
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NYT's Campbell Robertson Takes Another Crack at Alabama Crackdown on Illegals

Times reporter Campbell Robertson portrays an Alabama immigration law he dislikes as under siege, and finds "conservative" supporters but only "civil rights groups," not liberals, on the other ...

CBS Hypes 'Second Thoughts' About Alabama Law on Illegal Immigration

Wednesday's CBS Evening News featured a report by correspondent Mark Strassmann playing up the reservations that some are having about the new law to strictly enforce immigration laws in Alabama.

CBS Highlights 'Agonizing' Plight of Illegal Immigrants in Alabama

On Wednesday's CBS Evening News, correspondent Chip Reid filed a report which took a sympathetic look at a family of illegal immigrants in Alabama who fear enforcement of the state's new law ...

NBC: New Alabama Law Treats Illegal Immigrants 'Like Blacks of the Jim Crow Era'

On Monday's Rock Center on NBC, correspondent Kate Snow savaged Alabama's new immigration law, touting left-wing historian Wayne Flynt comparing it to the racism of the 1960s: "This is just ...

More Melodramatic Coverage from Robertson of Alabama's Crackdown on Illegals

That's one way of putting it. Campbell Robertson reports "The champions of Alabama's far-reaching immigration law have said that it is intended to drive illegal immigrants from the state by making ...

After Law, Illegals 'Vanishing' in Alabama 'Like the Aftermath of Some Sort of Rapture'

When does the movie come out? "The vanishing began Wednesday night, the most frightened families packing up their cars as soon as they heard the news....In certain neighborhoods the streets are ...

Networks Focus on Victims as They Paint 'Severe' Alabama Law as 'Arizona on Steroids'

Matching the pattern set in coverage of Arizona's immigration enforcement law, the broadcast network evening newscasts on Thursday night all framed their stories on Alabama's "severe" new law ...

Strange New Respect for Southern Christians Fighting Immigration Law in Alabama

Campbell Robertson: "On a sofa in the hallway of his office here, Mitchell Williams, the pastor of First United Methodist Church, announced that he was going to break the law. He is not the only ...

Oh, No! 'Deeply Red State' of Alabama May Go 'Even Redder'

Reporter Campbell Robertson can't get over how "deep-red" conservative his native state of Alabama is: "...the hostile reaction to Democrats over the past year has been intense enough to turn an ...
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