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Nets Ignore Climategate While FNC CNN Report, CNN Dismisses Relevance
11/27/2009 8:02 AM ET
Even though all three of Wednesday's broadcast network evening newscasts reported on President Obama's decision to attend the climate change summit in Copenhagen, they also continued to ignore ...
ABC and NBC Continue Van Jones Blackout, Instead Tout Obama's 'Transparency' and Rue Attacks on Him
9/4/2009 8:55 PM ET
ABC and NBC Friday night continued blacking out the radical views of "green jobs" czar Van Jones. Instead of taking up how he signed the 911truth.org petition, George Stephanopoulos trumpeted ...
Nets Fail to ID Party of Pols Arrested in NJ; CNN Misleads Its Viewers
7/23/2009 10:44 PM ET
As usual, the network evening newscasts all failed to point out the party affiliation of the major New Jersey office-holders the FBI arrested Thursday for corruption. As AP pointed out, all but ...
Nets, But Not CNN, Bury Sotomayor's Admission of 'Wise Latina' v 'Wise Caucasian' Disparity
7/15/2009 9:55 AM ET
CNN's Wolf Blitzer late Tuesday afternoon characterized it as "an incredibly important exchange" when Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor "concurred" with Senator Lindsey Graham that he would ...
CNN's Jack Cafferty Again Derides Palin, Calls Her 'Lame'
7/6/2009 5:55 PM ET
CNN's Jack Cafferty, on Monday's Situation Room, referred to one of Sarah Palin's reasons for her resignation, that she wanted to avoid becoming a lame duck, then cracked: "She was already lame."
On FNC, Pinkerton Compares CNN on 'Bold' Obama to 'Stalinesque Fakery'
7/4/2009 7:56 PM ET
Picking up on how CNN's Suzanne Malveaux hailed, as "a bold display of presidential concern," President Obama hugging a woman at Wednesday's health care forum, Jim Pinkerton, on FNC's Fox ...
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