CNN Blog Attacks Black Pro-Lifers, Continues Liberal Trend

The Anderson Cooper 360 blog on CNN.com capped a leftward trend during the week of March 1 with a post on Friday from Obama supporter Tanya Acker, who accused pro-life activists of "racial ...

HuffPo Article Claims Tea Party is 'Motivated by Bigotry, Ignorance, and Racial Hatred'

Bob Cesca labels Tea Party members as racists, upset that an 'old white guy' isn't president.

CNN's Rick Sanchez Again Hints Rick Perry is a Racist

On Tuesday's Rick's List on CNN, Rick Sanchez again hinted that Texas Governor Rick Perry is a racist. Sanchez, reacting to the distinct possibility that Perry would win the Republican ...

MSNBC Regular Donny Deutsch Slams Marco Rubio With Racially Charged Attack: He's a 'Coconut'

MSNBC and CNBC contributor - and professed Charlie Crist admirer - Donny Deutsch used racially charged language on Monday night, smearing Republican senatorial candidate Marco Rubio as a ...

Zernike Smear Victim Calls for Her Firing, Retraction From NY Times

Young conservative author Jason Mattera responds to reporter Kate Zernike's smear of his CPAC speech as an appeal to "racial stereotypes."

At CPAC, NY Times Foreshadows Republican Troubles, Leaves Off Initial Racial Stereotype Charge

Reporter Kate Zernike's accusations of racial stereotyping by a speaker at the Conservative Political Action Conference didn't make it into the print version of her story.

Of Course: Times Foreshadows Republican Troubles at CPAC (But No Racism?)

Kate Zernike's accusations of racial stereotyping by Jason Mattera, a speaker at the Conservative Political Action Conference don't make it into the print edition of the Times.

Breitbart to NY Times Reporter for Alleging Racial Tones at CPAC: 'You're a Despicable Human Being'

Conservative publisher Andrew Breitbart goes ballistic over phony racial allegations by Times reporter Kate Zernike against conservative author and CPAC speaker Jason Mattera.

Surprise: Times Finds Racial Stereotyping at Conservative Convention

Don't mimic Chris Rock at the Conservative Political Action Conference, or Kate Zernike will suggest you're using racial stereotypes.

NY Times Goes to Idaho to Explore Paranoid Tea Party Movement

New York Times investigative reporter David Barstow goes to Idaho to understand the paranoia of the Tea Party movement, and brings up past anti-government and racist extremists in a 4,500-word ...
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