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The Media vs. Conservatives, 2013 Edition: Virginia Newspapers’ Viciously Negative Coverage of GOP Gubernatorial Candidate

Just as the national media helped tip the scales in the 2012 presidential contest, an MRC study of the four largest newspapers in Virginia found that GOP gubernatorial candidate Ken ...
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Updated for 2012: The MRC's 'Media Bias 101'

The Media Research Center has just concluded an update of our “Media Bias 101” Web package, with more than 40 articles detailing scholarly research of the past 30 years showing the mostly ...

By 20-to-1, Nets Apply Ideological Labels to Republicans Over Democratic Presidential Candidates

MRC Study: ABC, CBS and NBC Pile on 62 Conservative Labels This Year, vs. a Mere 3 Liberal Tags in 2007

Bozell Column: Conservatives, Forever On Trial

Democrats are losing badly. So why in the world does the tone of news coverage suggest all kinds of political problems for conservatives, as if they were the collapsing majority in this campaign?

Watch Out, Republicans: This Is 1964 All Over Again

Vol. 23, No. 19
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Exhibit 2-14: Harvard's "National Leadership Index" Survey (2007)

Researchers at Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government polled 1,207 adults in September 2007 to ascertain the public's "confidence" in American leaders in a variety of sectors, ...
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Exhibit 1-7: White House Reporters

In 1995, Kenneth Walsh, a reporter for U.S. News and World Report, polled 28 of his fellow White House correspondents from ABC, CBS, CNN, NBC, the Los Angeles Times, New York Times, USA Today, ...

While Covering Lies by Hillary and Obama, Couric Smears McCain

CBS 'balances' a story about whoppers told by the Democratic candidates by falsely depicting a McCain policy prediction as a lie.

Media Mania Over Chump Change

Most of us won't allow a hairstylist to change our do without an in-depth explanation. But a lot of us are buying into undefined promises of change from presidential contenders.
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