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CBS Trumpets Obama's 'Growing Lead' in Own Poll; Barely Mentions Republicans' Enthusiasm to Vote

Norah O'Donnell was ready to tie the toe tag on Mitt Romney's presidential campaign on Wednesday's CBS This Morning, as the morning newscast hyped the latest numbers from the Quinnipiac ...
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NYT's Calmes Defends Obama, Again Claims Obama-Care Will Cut Deficit

As usual, Times White House correspondent Jackie Calmes waved the deficit blame away from Obama, and clung to the dubious idea that Obama-care would actually reduce the deficit. "The fiscal ...
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ABC's Muir Hypes Romney's 'Sudden Shift,' Misleadingly Says Obama Not Increasing Taxes

Good Morning America on Wednesday touted "stunning" new polls out of Ohio that show Mitt Romney trailing. ABC reporter David Muir pushed a minor comment by the Republican as a "sudden shift." ...
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The MRC@25: The Worst Media Bias of 2012

Today, the worst bias of 2012 (so far): Newsweek sees Barack Obama as “grotesquely underappreciated,” afflicted by critics who are simply “dumb;” Chief Justice John Roberts becomes a media ...
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CNN's Borger Excuses Obama's Decision Not to Meet Privately With World Leaders

CNN's Gloria Borger provided the Obama campaign spin on Tuesday afternoon, excusing the President's choice to not meet privately with any foreign leaders at this week's UN General Assembly. This ...
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Making "Earthquakes" for Romney

When the leftist magazine Mother Jones released a Romney "secret tape," the network carnival barkers erupted with the chants of  “bombshell” and  “earthquake” for the Republican campaign.
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George Stephanopoulos and Barbara Walters Fawn Over the 'Fun' Obamas

George Stephanopoulos and Barbara Walters on Tuesday fawned over the "fun," loving marriage of Barack and Michelle Obama. Walters appeared on Good Morning America to promote the President's ...
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NYT's Parker Sees No Damaging 'Bumps in the Road' for Obama Campaign, Merely Romney 'Talking Points'

New York Times reporter Ashley Parker saw no gaffe or political damage for Barack Obama, merely "talking points" for an attacking Mitt Romney, after the president referred to events in the Middle ...
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NBC's Guthrie Allows Obama to Accuse Romney of 'Teacher-Bashing'

In a surprisingly tough interview with President Obama aired on Tuesday's NBC Today, co-host Savannah Guthrie cited Mitt Romney's criticism that the President has sided with teachers' unions ...
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Bozell: Media Rigging 2012 Election, Worst Liberal Bias In 25 Years

ALEXANDRIA, VA –Media Research Center President Brent Bozell, along with more than 20 conservative leaders and media personalities, has publicly called out the liberal media for their deliberate ...
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