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ABC Ignores Its Own Journalist Hounding Carney on Obama's 'Accomplishments' in Iraq

Thursday's World News on ABC led with the rapid advance of an Islamist group into the heart of Iraq, but glossed over how correspondent Jonathan Karl grilled outgoing White House Press Secretary ...
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Networks Ignore Gun Company Putting U.S. Troops First, Rejecting $15 Million Deal With Pakistan

A Utah-based gun manufacturer turned down a $15 million contract with Pakistan in the name of keeping weapons from falling into the hands of America's enemies. ABC, CBS and NBC, networks that ...

ABC Highlights Pakistani Complaints Against U.S. Drone Attacks on Terrorists

On Sunday's World News on ABC, correspondent Nick Schifrin filed a report recounting complaints by Pakistanis that CIA drone attacks that have successfully killed high-profile terrorist figures ...

Media Use Crazy Weather to Hype Global Warming, Despite Admissions Weather Isn't Climate

From Associated Press to national newspapers, coverage of floods, fires, droughts, sinkholes make 'case' for global warming alarmism.

Extreme Weather Again Excites Extreme Greens on the Front Page of the Times

Global-warming skeptics appeared briefly in paragraph 16 and were followed immediately with rebuttal by reporter Justin Gillis.

AP Humanizes Times Square Terror Suspect, Cites 'Unraveled' Life

John Christoffersen's article for the Associated Press on Tuesday night highlighted the life woes of Faisal Shahzad, the suspect in the failed Times Square bombing plot, citing how "his life ...

Bush Plans "Left in Ruins" by Bhutto's Assassination

Helene Cooper's first instinct when something bad happens in Pakistan: See how badly it reflects on Bush.

Frank Rich: Bush's "Quiet Coup" Worse Than Musharraf's Blatant One

"This is most apparent in the Republican presidential race, where most of the candidates seem to be running for dictator and make no apologies for it."

Pakistan Crackdown "Making a Mockery" of Bush's Democracy Promotion?

Even in Pakistan, everything comes back to Bush: "For more than five months the United States has been trying to orchestrate a political transition in Pakistan that would manage to somehow keep ...

Tom Tancredo Too Extreme for Even Tough-Talking GOP - But What About Obama Remarks?

Marc Santora: "Tough is a brand all the Republican candidates want to own as they run for president. Tough on terrorism, tough on crime, tough on Democrats. But Representative Tom Tancredo, ...
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