9/28/2012 6:25 PM ET
While ignoring breaking news in the Obama administration's Libya fiasco
on Thursday night, CNN's Piers Morgan dumped on the Romney campaign for a
good portion of his show, saying Mitt is "in a ...
9/28/2012 12:39 PM ET
On Friday's NBC Today, special correspondent Tom Brokaw
demonstrated the blatant media effort to ignore Obama administration
failures surrounding the consulate attack in Libya: "Romney ...
9/27/2012 4:31 PM ET
ABC's Good Morning America hasn't once reported on U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice's claim on the September 16 edition of This Week that the terrorist attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya ...
9/25/2012 11:41 PM ET
When the leftist magazine Mother Jones released a Romney "secret tape," the network carnival
barkers erupted with the chants of “bombshell” and “earthquake” for the Republican campaign.
9/25/2012 1:30 PM ET
New York Times reporter Ashley Parker saw no gaffe or political damage for Barack Obama, merely "talking points" for an attacking Mitt Romney, after the president referred to events in the Middle ...
9/24/2012 6:19 PM ET
NBC's Today show mentioned the Obama campaign's newest attack
ad three times on Monday, but not once did they report on developments
in the wake of deadly attacks in Libya. Questions are being ...
9/24/2012 4:11 PM ET
On Monday, ABC's Good Morning America and NBC's Today failed to air any full reports on the continuing inquiry into the terrorist attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya, and mentioned the ...
9/18/2012 11:04 PM ET
The Peacock Networks think like their analyst Ed Rendell, who supports our government apologizing to radical Muslims for people who mock their religion on the Internet.
9/18/2012 6:41 PM ET
Just how bad is the media's track record this election season? On
Monday, CNN's Anderson Cooper led his show with a manufactured Mitt
Romney controversy instead of news that the U.S. may have ...
9/14/2012 2:56 PM ET
The New York Times lets Obama play tough in a front-page story, but skips the attack on the U.S. embassy in Yemen, which the Washington Post fronts. From the Times: "The president was not happy; ...