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ABC's Stephanopoulos Highlights Obama Blaming Media for Muslim Myth

On Monday's Good Morning America, ABC's George Stephanopoulos played up how President Obama "blamed many in the media for perpetuating...myths" such as he was born outside the United States, isn't ...

WaPo Frets 'Hostility' Could Radicalize Young Muslims

One-sided article worries how college students react to over-blown backlash.

Former Reporter Timothy Egan Takes On Rush, Fox, McCain, etc....

In a scattershot column attacking all manner of Republican, former reporter Timothy Egan blames an old enemy, Rush Limbaugh, for the popularity of the rumor that Obama is a Muslim: "In the ...

NY Times Frank Rich: Fox News Trying to Portray Obama as a 'Closet Terrorist'

Columnist claims concerted effort at work to depict President as 'a practitioner of Islam' to score political points.

The Real Moderate Islam: Media Ignore Muslim Opposition to Ground Zero Mosque

Mosque critics Miss USA, Zhudi Jasser and Al-Arabiya director disregarded by networks.

CNN's Velshi: Ban Catholic Churches from Oklahoma City Because of McVeigh?

CNN's Ali Velshi engaged in moral relativism on Wednesday's Newsroom as he editorialized on the controversial planned mosque near Ground Zero. Velshi worried about the precedent that might be set ...

NY Times Hired Former Pro-Muslim Lobbyist to Report on Ground Zero Mosque, Underwear Bomber

Associated Press, ABC News also employed former CAIR workers as journalists

CNN's Cafferty Slams Pentagon's Omission of Islam in Ft. Hood Report

CNN's Jack Cafferty blasted the Defense Department's report on the Fort Hood massacre as a "joke" on Thursday's Situation Room, singling out how there was "no mention in the report of the ...

PC News: Networks Downplay Terrorism, Muslim Connection in Ft. Hood Attack

All three networks mention 'terror' only after Obama hints at ideology during funeral ceremony.

CBS Lauds 'Professor' Obama's 'Powerful,' 'Historic' Middle East Speech

CBS's Early Show crew fawned over President Obama's Thursday morning speech in Cairo, calling it "historic," powerful," "far-ranging," "presidential" and "professorial." Co-host Harry Smith ...
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