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: ...
7/12/2012 12:57 PM ET
In an interview with Romney campaign advisor Ed Gillespie on Thursday's NBC Today,
co-host Savannah Guthrie fretted over Republicans dismantling false
Obama campaign attacks that Romney ...
7/12/2012 11:57 AM ET
Good Morning America's Jon Karl on Wednesday hyped the boos Mitt Romney received at Wednesday's NAACP conference as the "most hostile reception Mitt Romney has received from any group during this ...
7/11/2012 5:53 PM ET
After Mitt Romney addressed the NAACP on Wednesday, CNN's Jim Acosta
focused on the boos he received from the audience without mentioning the
crowd's standing ovation and their applause ...
7/11/2012 5:47 PM ET
Appearing on Wednesday's Andrea Mitchell Reports on MSNBC, Washington Post
financial columnist Steve Pearlstein accused Mitt Romney of being
responsible for Bain Capital outsourcing jobs, even ...
7/11/2012 2:44 PM ET
NYT's Ashley Parker hits Romney on faith and obscure state government issues to suggest he's racially suspect: "In recent national polls, Mr.
Obama still overwhelming leads Mr. Romney among ...
7/10/2012 4:17 PM ET
Good Morning America co-anchor George Stephanopoulos on Tuesday
finally noticed the Obama campaign's sketchy attacks against Mitt
Romney for supposedly being an outsourcer while running Bain ...
7/10/2012 2:10 PM ET
Times reporter Richard Stevenson delivers a leftist lecture: "In an era of populist backlashes against the 1 percent and
increased concern about the economic and social ramifications of income ...
7/9/2012 5:12 PM ET
On Saturday's NBC Today, co-host Lester Holt pondered why
President Obama's poll numbers were not lower given the poor economy:
"...you look at the polls, the latest NBC News/Wall Street ...
7/9/2012 3:25 PM ET
Tons of free publicity for a left-wing anti-Koch Brothers protest in the NYT: "The event at Mr. Koch's home drew
about 200 protesters, who in brochures promoting their demonstration
said that ...