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Top 10 for the 10th Anniversary of Times Watch: Presenting the Absolute Worst From the New York Times

Times Watch is marking its 10th anniversary with a Top 10 list of the most important liberal bias we've uncovered. Topics include: Jayson Blair's plagiarism, Howell Raines’ ego-plagued ...
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Upcoming Damon Film Takes Class Warfare to Final Frontier

Set in 2159, only the richest can inhabit space colony ‘Elysium,’ while poor ‘rot in their own filth’ on Earth.
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DC Comics Releases Series Based on Occupy Wall Street

New comic ‘The Movement’ to release May 1, but will it mention OWS violence?.
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For Gore, ‘Future’ Means Altered Capitalism, Democracy

Gore claims uninhibited capitalism could bring about climate catastrophe.
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ABC Skips Occupy Connection to Terror Case, But Falsely Smeared Tea Partier as Mass Killer

ABC News, the same network which falsely linked the Tea Party to a mass killing in Colorado, on Wednesday ignored an alleged connection between Occupy Wall Street and a wealthy New York City ...
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Five Reasons The Networks Have No Business Covering Business (Or the Economy)

In 2012 alone, from approaching a fiscal cliff to Occupy movement, media proved unable to fairly cover many issues.
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NBC Uses Hurricane Sandy Aftermath to Promote Occupy Wall Street

In a transparent effort to yet again applaud the left-wing Occupy Wall Street movement on Tuesday's NBC Nightly News, anchor Brian Williams introduced the broadcast's Making a Difference segment ...
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'Robin Hood Tax' Gains Support of Soros, Moyers, Tides and Media

 OWS promotes 'tax on rich corporations' supported by dozens of liberal groups. 
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NYT: Occupy Propaganda Doc Is 'Calm and Smart,' But Movie Criticizing Teachers Unions Has 'Political Agenda in Overdrive'

The New York Times liberal movie critic A.O. Scott predictably dislikes "Don't Back Down," which is critical of teachers' unions, seeing in it "a political agenda in overdrive." Yet a review of an ...
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