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The Media's War Against Dick Cheney

The Liberal Press Has Mocked and Vilified Cheney's Conservatism and Terror-Fighting Policies for More than a Decade

MSNBC's Ron Reagan Assails 'Lonely, Homophobic' Rick Santorum

Hardball guest host Ron Reagan on Wednesday assailed Rick Santroum as a "lonely, homophobic voice shrieking in the wilderness." The liberal MSNBC anchor attacked the Republican presidential ...

MSNBC Blames Conservative Israelis for No Peace, Frets Over 'Dangerous' Christian Right

On Wednesday's Last Word on MSNBC, substitute host Chris Hayes blamed conservative Israelis like Prime Minister Netanyahu for the absence of peace with the Palestinians.

MSNBC's Chris Jansing: Is Rick Perry 'Too Far Off Even for the GOP?'

Guest hosting for Chris Matthews on Tuesday, MSNBC's Chris Jansing derided Rick Perry, wondering if the Republican presidential candidate is "too far off even for the GOP?"

Chris Matthews Spews: Rick Perry Would Have Opposed Integration, Takes Back 'Bull Connor' Line

One day after trashing Rick Perry as "Bull Connor with a smile," MSNBC's Chris Matthews took the statement back. But he also trashed the Republican presidential nominee, saying he probably would ...

MSNBC Anchor Laments GOP Primary Focus on Religion, Wonders if Rick Perry Is a 'Phony'

MSNBC guest host Veronica De La Cruz on Thursday lamented the supposed emphasis GOP primary voters place on religion, complaining, "...What happened to jobs? What happened to that discussion?" She ...

MSNBC Compares UK's David Cameron to Egyptian Dictator for Trying to Prevent Violent Rioting

Filling in for host Martin Bashir during the 3 p.m. ET hour on MSNBC on Thursday, left-wing Washington Post writer Jonathan Capehart outrageously compared British Prime Minister David Cameron to ...

NBC Pushes Obama from Left, Worries Liberals Are Growing 'Angry' and 'Impatient'

At the top of Wednesday's NBC Today, co-host Matt Lauer declared: "President Obama faces new criticism from members of his own party, is he doing enough to manage the [economic] crisis?...Should ...

Newsweek's Tina Brown Offers No Apology, Doubles Down on 'Crazy' Bachmann Cover

Newsweek editor Tina Brown defended her magazine's controversial cover portraying Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) as the "Queen of Rage" on the August 10 edition of MSNBC's Morning Joe, offering ...
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