Elitist Networks Pile On Against Arizona Immigration Law

Study: By 12 to 1, ABC, CBS, and NBC Stories Ripped State's Move to Restrain Illegal Aliens

Networks Fail to Expose GM's Misleading Commercial

Claim from General Motors was touted by ABC, CBS and NBC; criticism now being ignored.

CBS's Smith: Is Arizona Immigration Law Like 'Nazi Germany'?

Filling in for host Bob Schieffer on Sunday's Face the Nation on CBS, Early Show co-host Harry Smith grilled former Republican Congressman J.D. Hayworth on Arizona's new immigration law: "Some ...

Networks Fail to Distinguish Between Xenophobia and Law Enforcement

Reporters label Arizona law 'anti-immigration' twice as often as 'anti-illegal immigration.'

CBS's '60 Minutes' Highlights Illegal Immigrant 'Carnage' in All-American Canal

In wake of Arizona's new immigration law, CBS 60 Minutes anchor Scott Pelley fretted over illegal immigrants entering the United States by swimming across California's All-American Canal: "a ...

CBS Touts Democratic Strategy Labeling GOP 'Party of Wall Street'

On Wednesday's CBS Early Show, co-host Harry Smith lamented Republican opposition to the Democrats' financial reform legislation: "The Senate is expected to vote for a third time on financial ...

CBS's Smith to McCain: 'How Are You Going to Dismantle' Financial Institutions?

Hitting from the left in an interview with Republican Senator John McCain on Tuesday's CBS Early Show, co-host Harry Smith worried about the ability of financial reform legislation to expand ...

CBS's Smith: Hispanics See Arizona Law as 'Purely Discriminatory'

Near the end of an interview with Arizona Senator John McCain on Tuesday's CBS Early Show, co-host Harry Smith turned to the subject of illegal immigration and the new Arizona law to combat it: "a ...

CBS's Smith: 'Will Anyone in GOP Break Ranks' on Financial Reform?

t the top of Monday's CBS Early Show, co-host Harry Smith referenced a possible Senate vote on the Democrats' financial reform bill and proclaimed: "Showdown in the Senate. Democrats are ...
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