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Kareem Abdul-Jabbar on PBS: Supreme Court Has Moved Race Relations 'Backwards'

On the December 30 edition of PBS’s Charlie Rose show former NBA great Kareem Abdul-Jabbar decried the state of America’s race relations as he claimed the country was “back sliding” in that ...
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Jan Crawford: Religious Objection to Contraception Mandate 'Could Scale Back' ObamaCare

On Wednesday's CBS This Morning, Jan Crawford zeroed in how President Obama "has got another fight on his hands" over the Supreme Court case challenging the federal government's controversial ...
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Modern Family: A Modern Classic

A critical look at Modern Family's positive take on gay marriage.
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Supreme Bias: Nets Slam Overturning of Liberal Law, Applaud “Historic” Rejection of Defense of Marriage

Exposing their liberal sympathies, the media howl with outrage one day at a Supreme Court case that voids one section of the 1965 Voting Rights Act as out of date, then gleefully celebrate the ...
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MSNBC's Schultz Charges Conservatives Want to 'Keep a Minority Down'

On Saturday's The Ed Show on MSNBC, as host Ed Schultz ranted about the Supreme Court decision on the 1965 Voting Rights Act, he asserted that "keep[ing] a minority down" was one of the few things ...
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MSNBC's Sharpton Lauds ObamaCare on Anniversary of 'Historic Victory' in Supreme Court

On the Friday, June 28, PoliticsNation on MSNBC, host Al Sharpton marked the anniversary of the Supreme Court ruling in favor of ObamaCare, and gave the program credit for helping consumers. ...
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MSNBC's Hayes Celebrates 'Sweet, Sweet Victory' of Gay Marriage Ruling

On Wednesday's All In show on MSNBC, host Chris Hayes opened the program rejoicing over the "sweet, sweet victory" of the Supreme Court ruling against the federal Defense of Marriage Act, calling ...
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'Today' Show Panel Praises Pop Culture Being 'Ahead of the Courts' on Gay Marriage

Leading off a panel discussion on Thursday's NBC Today applauding the Supreme Court's gay marriage decisions, co-host Natalie Morales proclaimed: "Wednesday's historic ruling on same-sex ...
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Rainbow Rapture: Networks Cheer Gay Marriage Rulings with 86 Percent Favorable Coverage

Wall-to-wall celebratory coverage on ABC, CBS and NBC.  
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NBC Cheers Gay 'Vindication': 'Day San Francisco's Castro District Has Been Waiting For'

Celebrating Wednesday's Supreme Court rulings in favor of gay marriage, on Thursday's NBC Today, correspondent Gabe Gutierrez reported live from San Francisco city hall and announced: "In one of ...
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