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Networks Have Fun with Obama Golf Outing That Forced Army Couple to Move Wedding

Between Monday night and Tuesday morning, the “big three” of ABC, CBS, and NBC covered the news that a golf outing by President Obama at a course in Hawaii forced a Army to move their wedding ...
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CNN’s Chris Moody: Optics of Obama Forcing Army Couple to Move Wedding ‘Hilariously Bad’

On Monday afternoon, CNN’s Wolf covered the controversy surrounding President Obama’s playing of golf on a Hawaii golf course that forced an Army couple about to be married there to move their ...
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Slamming GOP for 'Swiftboating' Sgt. Bergdahl; Rationalizing the Release of Taliban Killers

After President Obama trades five "exceptionally dangerous" Taliban prisoners for a soldier suspected of deserting his unit in 2009, left-wing journalists rally to his defense, blasting ...
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Networks Allow a Scant Two Minutes for Obama's 'Dramatic' Reduction of the Army

The plan by Barack Obama's government to "dramatically" shrink the size of the Army to its lowest level since World War II warranted a scant one minute and 56 seconds of total coverage on Monday's ...
Sgt Pete's youngest brother Randy tries to get Pete to bunk with him and Derrick

Character Development

The third episode of develops each of its characters in this comedy while introducing a deep issue.

Media Ignored How Failed Gay Relationship, Violent Outbursts Impacted Wikileaks 'Hero'

'Emotionally fragile' soldier accused of releasing documents had been recently spurned by homosexual lover

NY Times Skips Pro-Life March, Highlights 'Dwindling' Anti-Army Protest

The New York Times has a funny way of defining protests as "news" or "not news" depending on who is being protested. For example, they've entirely ignored the March for Life against abortion in ...

New Movie Breaks Hollywood Mold on Iraq

'The Hurt Locker' allows audiences to draw their own conclusion about Iraq while remaining pro-soldier.

An Army of Three? Army Recruiting Goes Astray

Keep in mind that the law Congress enacted in 1993 bars homosexuals in the military, period. And the Clinton-era policy watering down that law, Don't Ask, Don't Tell, still bars open ...
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