9/24/2012 4:11 PM ET
On Monday, ABC's Good Morning America and NBC's Today failed to air any full reports on the continuing inquiry into the terrorist attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya, and mentioned the ...
9/23/2012 8:00 AM ET
The worst bias of 2009: Journalists are thrilled
by Barack Obama’s arrival in the Oval Office, with ABC’s Terry Moran
suggesting he’s the “first President since George Washington to be ...
9/22/2012 8:07 AM ET
The worst bias of 2008: Keith Olbermann shrieks at
President Bush to “shut the hell up!” while his colleague Chris Matthews
gets a tingle over hearing Barack Obama: “I felt this thrill going ...
9/21/2012 6:53 PM ET
President Obama basically admitted failure when he said that Washington
cannot be changed "from the inside," but CNN tried to explain his gaffe
on Friday's Early Start while later dumping on ...
9/21/2012 6:43 PM ET
One might have thought that Charlie Rose received an extra dose of caffeine before Friday's CBS This Morning, as the normally-subdued anchor hounded Romney campaign adviser Dan Senor on how the ...
9/21/2012 4:01 PM ET
The three networks devoted less than seven minutes to a "blistering" new
report from the Justice Department on the Fast and Furious scandal. In
comparison, the same programs deluged the public ...
9/21/2012 12:59 PM ET
Again the Times focused on the political damage fostered by
Mitt Romney's (accurate) statement at a fundraiser that 47 percent of
Americans do not pay income taxes, yet buried
9/21/2012 11:17 AM ET
Since a blurry and mysteriously edited tape of Mitt Romney answering a campaign strategy question at a fundraiser back in May was released on Monday, the liberal media have used it to declare his ...
9/21/2012 7:59 AM ET
The worst bias of 2007: ABC fawns over newly-installed
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi; Rosie O’Donnell insults the troops;
and a McClatchy headline writer finds a downside to good news in ...
9/21/2012 7:04 AM ET
In all the Big Three networks this week devoted about 88 minutes to the
Romney tape compared to just six and a half minutes on the Obama "redistribution" clip --
a 13 to 1 ratio.