CNN's Chetry Uses Left's Spin on Rush Limbaugh and Wanda Sykes

On Friday's American Morning, CNN anchor Kiran Chetry used the liberal talking points about Wanda Sykes and Rush Limbaugh, the two "Wingnuts of the Week," according to John Avlon of The Daily ...

Thomas Totenberg Excuse Pelosi; Thomas Hopes 'Moderate' Will Save GOP from Limbaugh

Asked "why does it matter" what House Speaker Nancy Pelosi "knew or did not know" about the "enhanced interrogation" of terror suspects, Newsweek's Evan Thomas and NPR's Nina Totenberg failed to ...

ABC Channels Those Who See GOP as Limbaugh-Cheney 'Freak Show'

"The problem for Republicans right now is the party doesn't seem big enough for conservatives like [Rush] Limbaugh and moderates like Colin Powell and Senator Arlen Specter," ABC's Jonathan Karl ...

GOP's "Angry," "Negative" Tone Killing the Party

The Times' chief politcal reporter says Rush Limbaugh is definitely not a "Happy Warrior." But has Adam Nagourney ever actually heard Rush's show?

CBS's Smith Defends Sykes Over Her Nasty Anti-Limbaugh 'Joke'

Talking about Wanda Sykes' nasty anti-Limbaugh "joke" at Saturday night's White House Correspondents' Association dinner ("I think maybe Rush Limbaugh was the 20th hijacker, but he was just so ...

The "Conservative" Colin Powell?

Colin Powell joins Geraldo Rivera in the Times' peculiar hall of conservatives.

To Schieffer's Astonishment, Cheney: 'I'd Go with Rush Limbaugh'

To Bob Schieffer's astonishment, when he wrapped up his Sunday interview by asking former Vice President Dick Cheney where he comes down between Rush Limbaugh and Colin Powell who both say the ...

Rush Limbaugh Will 'Lead the Way' Out of Highest Tax State

Spurred by new 'millionaire tax' Limbaugh tells FOX there will be an exodus from New York.

Paul Krugman Behooves Himself

The economist turned left-wing talking points spouter goes after the tea party protests by comparing Rush Limbaugh to Stalin and saying Republicans are like the mentally ill.

Liberals Complain, CNBC Caves In

Business network goes from inspiring anti-tax 'tea parties' to adding left-wingers like Dean, Huffington.
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