Only 2% of Reports on Debt Ceiling Battle Mention Public Opposition to Increase

Network evening shows ignore polls showing deeper concern over rising federal debt than default; fail to debunk Obama's Social Security remarks.

Media Can't Decide Whether Espionage is Journalism

Clueless journalists seem more concerned about own careers than America's best interests.

Tom Friedman Mocks U.S. Concern Over Civil Liberties in Latest Paean to Beijing

Again praising China, Thomas Friedman mocks American concern for civil liberties: "They fight over things like - we are not making this up - how and where an airport security officer can touch them."

Washington Post Columnist to Upset Air Travelers: 'Grow Up, America'

Calling the uproar over the new TSA screening procedures "overblown" in her November 24 column, Washington Post columnist Ruth Marcus praised the majority of Americans polled who are okay with the ...

CBS Early Show Frets Over 'Passenger Gridlock,' Glosses Over TSA Civil Liberties

Early Show co-host Maggie Rodriguez on Tuesday glossed over the TSA's use of intrusive pat-downs while drilling down on the potential for "gridlock" if distressed passengers cause "chaos" this ...

NBC Offers Soft Spin on Invasive TSA Screenings, ABC, CBS Highlight 'Outrage,' 'Probing Hands'

NBC's Today offered the most sympathetic take on the growing outrage over invasive pat downs being conducted at airports by the Transportation Security Administration. While ABC highlighted ...

Hugo The Boss

Media criticize greed of energy executives, but go easy on Venezuelas oil strongman

The Nuclear Option

Left-Wing Politics With Your Popcorn

Documenting and Exposing the Liberal Political Agenda of the New York Times.

Biased Accounts: Part III

Risky Business: Media Bearish on Personal Freedom - Tying personal Social Security accounts to a risky stock market, journalists portray a wild investment world filled with simpletons.
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