4/10/2013 1:35 PM ET
The Times hypes prospects for Obama's gun control: "...eking out the first 60 votes would represent momentum for the
bill’s supporters in the Senate, and an egg-on-the-face moment for those
3/7/2013 3:20 PM ET
Propaganda for the late
left-wing strongman of Venezuela Hugo Chavez keeps popping up in strange places in the New York Times. Reporter Frances Robles took a trip down leftist memory lane with ...
3/5/2013 8:30 PM ET
Frank Bajak of the AP lionized Venezuelan autocrat and "fighter" Hugo Chavez minutes after his death on Tuesday, playing up in the second sentence of his item how the "former paratroop commander ...
2/18/2013 5:06 PM ET
The irony must have been lost on Bill Plante when he reported on Monday's CBS This Morning that President Obama "did golf with Tiger [Woods], but we didn't see a picture of it. They [the Obama ...
2/4/2013 8:18 PM ET
From Sunday's New York Times. Jeff Zeleny: "The biggest donors in the Republican Party are financing a
new group to
recruit seasoned candidates and protect Senate incumbents from
12/7/2012 3:27 PM ET
Nancy Cordes couldn't have made outgoing Senator Jim DeMint's conservative credentials clearer on Friday's CBS This Morning, labeling the South Carolina Republican "one of the most conservative ...
10/11/2012 11:52 AM ET
Not just Democrats, but the Times itself: "Aides scouring the results of focus groups and national polls
found that undecided voters watching the presidential debate in Denver
seemed startled ...
8/2/2012 9:28 AM ET
“A conservative Republican was beaten by an even more conservative Tea Party candidate,” CBS Evening News anchor
Scott Pelley announced Wednesday night in reporting Ted Cruz’s victory
5/17/2012 12:19 PM ET
Thursday's New York Times runs a front-page story on police "missteps" in the investigation of the shooting death of Trayvon Martin. But the Times has committed some questionable decisions in its ...
5/7/2012 12:12 AM ET
CBS’s Bob Schieffer, who in February
asked New Jersey Governor Chris Christie whether the Republican
presidential candidates “are pushing your party too far to the right to
make the ...