ABC, CBS, NBC All Ignore 2011 'March for Life' In Mon. Evening, Tues. Morning News Coverage

None of the broadcast news programs from Monday evening and Tuesday morning covered the 2011 "March for Life" in Washington, DC, a pro-life rally that reportedly drew at least tens of thousands of ...

All Three Networks Agree: Obama Sounded 'Reaganesque' in State of the Union

During coverage of President Obama's State of the Union address Tuesday night, all three broadcast networks, CBS, NBC and ABC, managed to compare the tone of the speech to that of Ronald Reagan. ...

Special Edition: Conservatives in the Crosshairs

Vol. 24, No. 2

Olbermann Signs Off from MSNBC's Countdown for Last Time

On Friday's Countdown show on MSNBC, host Keith Olbermann announced that tonight's episode would be his last, and spent a few minutes near the end of the show saying goodbye. He mentioned a number ...

Flashback: As EPA Approves E15, Remember the Media's Infatuation with Ethanol

Ethanol was touted as 'wave of the future,' hyped as 'easy solution' for energy independence.

After Linking Conservatives to Hateful Rhetoric, NBC Skips Dem Who Compared the GOP to Nazis

After spending close to two weeks bemoaning the state of political dialogue in America and wondering about its connection to the shooting of a Congresswoman, NBC has, thus far, completely ignored ...

NBC Awards Obama Four More Years? Vieira Wonders if Hillary Will Stay on for 'the Second Term'

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton appeared on all three morning shows, Wednesday, but only Meredith Vieira on the Today show seemed to assume a second term for Clinton's boss, Barack Obama. After ...

ABC, NBC Fret Over Gun Show in Tucson, ABC Surprised Crowds 'Aren't Protesters, They're Customers'

On Saturday, both ABC and NBC ran stories fretting over the Crossroads of the West Gun Show that was held over the weekend in Tucson, Arizona. On ABC, at one point, correspondent David Wright ...

MRC Study: By 8-to-1 Margin, Media Target Conservative Speech after Tucson Shooting

Networks' Attempt at a National Debate on Civility Virtually Ignores Offensive Remarks of Liberals
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