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Former Newsweek Editor: Congressional GOP Not 'Rational Human Beings’ or ‘Patriotic Americans’

Eco-blogger says Republicans taking Senate will ‘cause climate mayhem.’
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Please Explain Why Republicans Suck; Candidate Worse than Ebola?

As the midterm elections loom, CBS's Norah O'Donnell invites leftwing Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren to spout talking points: "What's going to happen if Republicans take control?" And, ...
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Flashback: How the News Media Celebrated Democratic Win in ’06

On CBS This Morning: Saturday, the network’s political director, John Dickerson, warned Republicans that if they win the Senate on Tuesday, it will be on their shoulders to find a way to work ...
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CBS Spotlights Recall of Pro-Gun Control Politicos in Colorado; NBC Yawns

Wednesday's CBS This Morning stood out as the only Big Three network morning show to devote a full report to Colorado voters recalling two pro-gun control state legislators. Barry Petersen ...
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CBS Plays Up Voter Suppression Charge in Pennsylvania; Ignores Voter Fraud

On Thursday's CBS Evening News, Elaine Quijano touted a charge from Pennsylvania Democrats that the new voter I.D. law there "targets poor and elderly voters." Quijano also spotlighted that, ...

CNN Brings On Former Democratic Strategist to Analyze GOP Victory in NY-9

For analysis of the special election in New York's 9th Congressional District, CNN hosted Hilary Rosen ' a former Democratic strategist and former interim head of the Human Rights Campaign, a ...

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

The Top 10 Economic Myths of 2010

Journalists' tall tales included praising GM for 'keeping faith' with taxpayers, comparing soda to cocaine, and attacking the Chamber of Commerce over baseless 'foreign money' claims.

Santelli Urges Focus, Debate over Policy, Instead of Tea Party

CNBC reporter criticizes deficit commission, says country needs 'spending commission.'
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