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NBC's Curry to Obama's Sister: 'What Void Do You Think You Filled In His Life?'

In a fawning interview with Barack Obama's half-sister Auma Obama on Monday's NBC Today, co-host Ann Curry lobbed softballs about the President: "...you describe an almost instantaneous ...
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NBC's Curry Gushes: Comedy of 'Shecky Obama' Was 'Terrific' at White House Correspondents' Dinner

On Monday's NBC Today, co-host Ann Curry could barely contain her glee over President Obama's comedic performance at Saturday's White House Correspondents' Dinner: "I mean, he is Shecky, ...
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"Moderate" Mitt Romney Now a "Hard Right, Full Moon Conservative"

What a difference three months makes: During the primaries, the media cast Mitt Romney as the GOP's "moderate" voice of reason, but now that he's up against Barack Obama, he's a "hard right, ...
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NYT's Gail Collins Ignores Obama's Dog Dinners, Brings Up Romney's Crate-Gate, Wonders Why GOP Has 'Animal Issues'

New York Times columnist Gail Collins, back from vacation, and apparently oblivious to Obama's confession of dog eating, keeps harping on the ancient Crate-gate: "Did you ever notice how many of ...
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ABC Ignores Its Own Revelation That Obama Was 'Wealthy' While Paying Off Student Loans

ABC News has, thus far, ignored its own revelation that, contrary to insinuations made by Barack Obama, the then-private citizen and his wife "were making enough to be considered 'wealthy' by ...
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ABC Punts on Romney Primary Wins; Only CBS Gives Full Coverage

On Wednesday, two out of the Big Three broadcast networks yawned at Mitt Romney's wins in five primaries the previous evening and minimized covering this story on the morning newscasts. ABC's Good ...
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NBC's 'Today' Spends More Than 11 Minutes Fawning Over Obama Late Night Comedy and College Tour

Throughout the Wednesday broadcast, NBC's Today repeatedly found time to promote President Obama as funny, hip, and connecting with young voters. Touting the President's appearance on NBC's ...
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Wash Post's Chris Cillizza Definitively Declares: Obama Is 'Cool'; Romney Is 'Not Cool'

Washington Post political writer Chris Cillizza definitively declared on Tuesday's Hardball that for the 2012 race, Barack Obama is "cool" and Mitt Romney is "not cool." Host Chris Matthews, ...
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Public Editor Confesses: NYTimes 'Basked a Bit in the Warm Glow of Mr. Obama's Election'

New York Times Public Editor Arthur Brisbane admits: "Many critics view The Times as constitutionally unable to address the election in an unbiased fashion. Like a lot of America, it basked ...
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