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Trip Gabriel's Hostile Trip to a 'White, Ethnic' Enclave of Pennsylvania 'Insensitive' to Illegal Immigrants

New York Times reporter Trip Gabriel sniffs the air in a former Pennsylvania coal town that was among the first to try and "make life difficult for illegal immigrants": "Hazleton evokes the ...
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NBC's Lauer to Jeb Bush: Can GOP 'Damage' With Hispanics 'Be Repaired by 2016?'

In an interview on Monday's Today with former Florida Governor Jeb Bush and his co-author Clint Bolick about their new book, Immigration Wars, co-host Matt Lauer seized Bush's critical words for ...
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CBS's Charlie Rose Lobbies Republicans to Adopt 'Fundamental Change' of GOP

CBS co-anchor Charlie Rose on Tuesday lobbied Eric Cantor to adopt "fundamental changes" in the Republican Party and not just accept "tweaks." Rose and CBS This Morning co-host Norah O'Donnell ...
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New York Times Forwards Helpful Tips on Pushing Immigration 'Reform'

Ashley Parker's cheery piece on immigration "reform" was marked with labeling bias, pitting opponents as "conservatives" and "the right," up against unlabeled supporters of amnesty proposals ...
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Strange New Respect for GOP Pro-Immigration Reformer Sen. Marco Rubio, a 'Star...Rising Rapidly'

The New York Times continued to push its pet cause of immigration "reform," involving mass amnesty for illegals in the United States. In a twist, immigration reporter Julia Preston reported ...
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NYT Tries to Make News on Immigration 'Reform' in Sunday Front-Page Lead Slot

Sunday's New York Times lead story on immigration was a strange choice, unless you remembered how the Times has long been pushing for immigration "reform" that would include amnesty for illegal ...
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Anderson Cooper Asks How GOP Will Overcome Party 'Extremes' to Attract Latinos

Would CNN's Anderson Cooper refer to far-left Democrats as "extremists"? On Wednesday night's Anderson Cooper 360, he asked how the GOP would court Latino votes with party "extremes" standing in ...
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The MRC@25: The Worst Media Bias of 2010

Today, the worst bias of 2010: Journalists attack the Tea Party as Nazi “goons;” Arizona’s attempt to thwart illegal immigration is likened to the Nazi occupation of Denmark; and Katie ...
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Justice Scalia 'Went Too Far' Talking Immigration, but Ginburg's Liberal Rants Were Welcomed

Ethan Bronner says conservative, "politically incorrect" Justice Antonin Scalia "went too far" after criticizing President Obama’s decision not to deport many illegal immigrants. Yet the paper ...
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On Illegal Immigration, New York Times Keeps Hammering Romney, Boosting Obama

Times reporters Trip Gabriel and Helene Cooper portray amnesty for illegals as a winner for Obama and a loser for Romney: "[Mitt Romney's] outreach efforts came after an order by Mr. Obama to ...
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