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CNN's 'Glass One-Quarter Full' Spin: Emphasize Private Job Gains

Labor Day jobs report shows 54,000 lost, small rise in unemployment; 'American Morning' finds the silver lining.

CNN Continues One-Sided Reporting on 'Islamophobia' in America

On Thursday's American Morning, CNN's Deborah Feyerick continued her network's promotion of the charge the "Islamophobia" is growing in the U.S. All but one of Feyerick's sound bites during her ...

CNN's Sanchez Hesitant to Blame Left for Discovery Channel Terrorist, 'Most' Say He Went Too Far

CNN's Rick Sanchez, who was quick to blame Fox News for the 2009 murders of three police officers, treaded much more carefully on Wednesday's Rick's List as he covered the eco-terrorist who ...

Rick Sanchez Apologizes After Labeling Obama the 'Cotton-Picking President'

CNN's Rick Sanchez quickly apologized on his Rick's List program on Monday after inadvertently labeling Barack Obama the "cotton-picking president of the United States." Sanchez used the ...

Shock at CNN: Banks Doing More than Obama for Homeowners

Free market helping more delinquent borrowers than government plan.

CNN Joins Media Speculation on NYC Stabbing's Connection to Mosque Debate

CNN's Deborah Feyerick joined the media guessing game as to the motivation behind the stabbing of Muslim taxicab driver in New York City, emphasizing the possibility it may have been "connected ...

Sykes Has No Remorse for 2009 Limbaugh Attack: 'He's Just a Big Bully'

Comedienne insists conservative talker just looking out for self-interest when promoting his point of view.

CNN: GOP 'Very Far to the Right'; Guest Laments McCain's Rightward Lean

On Tuesday's AC360, CNN's John Roberts labeled Republican candidates who have Tea Party support "very far to the right," and specifically referred to Florida gubernatorial candidate Rick Scott as ...

CNN's Velshi Gushes Over Obama Administration's Green Energy Push

CNN's Ali Velshi enthusiastically touted the Obama administration's promotion of "alternative energy" on Tuesday's Newsroom, and advanced the idea that the field would become a major economic ...
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