7/16/2012 12:22 AM ET
Appearing as a panel member on Friday's Inside Washington on PBS, Bloomberg View's Margaret Carlson - formerly of Time magazine - asserted that Mitt Rommey "wanted the boos" he received as he ...
7/13/2012 6:43 PM ET
Media critic Howard Kurtz warned CNN on Friday that "to many people" it
looks like the media have a massive double standard in its campaign
coverage of Mitt Romney and Barack Obama. "[W]hen ...
7/13/2012 12:58 PM ET
Reporter turned columnist Timothy Egan: "But Romney has a longer list of people who may be disinclined to
vote for him. Latinos. Gays. Gay soldiers. People who were bullied as
kids. Dog ...
7/13/2012 12:42 PM ET
In a campaign report for Friday's NBC Today, correspondent
Peter Alexander touted a sound bite of President Obama telling CBS's
Charlie Rose: "...the nature of this office is also to tell a ...
7/12/2012 6:45 PM ET
CNN's Soledad O'Brien flirted with the absurd theory that Mitt Romney
intended to be booed by the NAACP, asking on Thursday's Starting Point
if it was part of his "strategy." After playing a ...
7/12/2012 6:41 PM ET
While CNN initially panned Mitt Romney's Wednesday reception by the NAACP as "very negative," anchor Kyra Phillips was quite jovial about Joe Biden quoting scripture to the audience the next day. ...
7/12/2012 6:34 PM ET
CNN's Jim Acosta bragged that his network does not call the Affordable
Care Act "ObamaCare," a term he said Republicans prefer. "We at CNN use the term 'the President's health care law,' at ...
7/12/2012 5:26 PM ET
During a panel discussion on Thursday's NBC Today about Mitt
Romney's NAACP speech, advertising executive Donny Deutsch gave credit
to the Republican presidential candidate for making the ...
7/12/2012 3:35 PM ET
President’s plan would raise taxes on wealthy in 2013, and everyone after one year, but ABC, CBS and NBC favor tax-cut talk.
7/12/2012 1:05 PM ET
Does the New York Times think Mitt Romney should "leaven his harsh criticism of President Obama" or deliver "powerful counterpunch"? It depends on which Times article you read. A July 12 headline: ...