Times Treats As Factual Leftwing Veteran Journalist Daniel Schorr's Nazi Smear of Barry Goldwater

A long obituary for lefty journalist Daniel Schorr treats his Nazi smear of Barry Goldwater as good reporting: "Goldwater had held a grudge since 1964, when Mr. Schorr, while at CBS, reported on ...

Sieg Bile: Media, Left Embrace Calling Right 'Nazis'

Conservatives don't dare sprechen the term, but liberals view it as a Deutsch treat.

'They're Coming for Our Children': Rep. John Lewis Compared GOP to Nazis on House Floor in 1995

Media weren't as quick to point out so-called 'vitriolic' rhetoric during 1990s congressional debate over welfare reform.

David Shuster Insists Dems Hate Hitler Analogies - But Chris Matthews Didn't In 2005 When Bob Byrd Did It

On Monday, MSNBC host David Shuster insisted Democrats would never stoop to Nazi analogies: "[W]henever we asked Democratic leaders, 'Look, do you support using a Hitler moustache on a poster of ...

Times Whitewashes Sen. Whitehouse's Despicable Comments, But Goes After Conservative Sen. Coburn

Covering Sunday's Senate floor debate on Obama-care, the Times quotes Democratic Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse blasting Republicans for filibusters, but not his comparison of the GOP to Nazis and Jim ...

NBC's Brokaw Suggests Israelis Acting Like Nazis vs. Palestinians

Talk about moral equivalency run amok. On Friday, NBC's Tom Brokaw asked President Obama two questions about his upcoming trip to Buchenwald, a Nazi death camp: First, what lessons does Obama ...

NYT's Blow Goes After "Limbaugh-tomized Minions of the Far, Far Right"

With admirable concision, Times columnist Charles Blow (pictured) packs lots of GOP insults - "three blind mice," "axis of drivel" - into one short column.

Family Guy: McCain/Palin = Nazi

New episode perfectly reflects Hollywood's anti-Republican bias.

Frank Rich's "Gestapo" Tactics

"Our humanity has been compromised by those who use Gestapo tactics in our war. The longer we stand idly by while they do so, the more we resemble those 'good Germans' who professed ignorance of ...
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