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NYT's Ludicrously Liberal Columnists Give It Their Worst in the Sunday Review

Liberal New York Times columnists do what they do best: Thomas Friedman pivots from the Boston bombings to a carbon tax, Maureen Dowd gives mock-worthy "tough guy" advice to Obama, and Frank ...
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MSNBC's Hayes Raises Miranda Rights Issue While Covering Standoff with Boston Bomber

On Friday night, during MSNBC's live coverage of the police standoff with bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, host Chris Hayes seemed to still be worried about the issue of "Mirandizing" the terror ...
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NYT's Ludicrously Liberal Columnists Give It Their Worst in the Sunday Review

Liberal NYT columnists do what they do best: Thomas Friedman pivots from the Boston bombings to a carbon tax, Maureen Dowd gives mock-worthy "tough guy" advice to Obama, and Frank Bruni slams the ...
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NY Times' Boston Coverage Stumbles Over Soft Headlines and Suspect's 'Jumbled' Politics

Doesn't sound very "jumbled" to us. Columnist Charles Blow insisted that Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's "politics seemed jumbled," based on the suspect's Twitter feed: "On Election Day he retweeted a tweet ...
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NBC Host and Legal Analyst Fret Over Boston Bomber Not Getting Mirandized

On Monday's NBC Today, co-host Savannah Guthrie and legal analyst Lisa Bloom worried about Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev not yet being read his Miranda rights after being ...
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NBC's Brokaw Blames U.S. Drone Attacks for Motivating Islamic Terrorists

On Sunday's NBC Meet the Press, special correspondent Tom Brokaw used a discussion on the Boston Marathon bombings to argue more broadly that the "roots" of anti-American terrorism across the ...
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NYT Headline Over Story on Bombing Suspects: 'Far From War-Torn Homeland, Trying to Fit In'

The Times runs sympathetic-sounding headlines over its Friday profile of the two Chechnya-born suspects in the Boston Marathon bombings. First: "Far From War-Torn Homeland, Trying to Fit In." ...
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New York Times' Obama-Fan Landler Strangely Sees President Using Bad Week as 'Rallying Cry'

White House reporter Mark Landler cynically uncovers an Obama comeback from the ashes of defeat: "The Boston bombings could allow Mr. Obama to achieve a different goal: moving the country’s ...
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MSNBC's Hayes: 'Bizarre and Perverse Mismatch' In Battling Terrorism Versus Gun Violence

On Wednesday's All In show on MSNBC, host Chris Hayes devoted a segment to fretting over what he viewed as a "bizarre and perverse mismatch" at the country's willingness to act aggressively in ...
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MSNBC's Hayes Frets Boston Bomber May Not Get Due Process Rights

On Tuesday's All In show, MSNBC's Chris Hayes reacted negatively to Senator Susan Collins because the Maine Republican recently recommended that, if any non-citizens are involved in the Boston ...
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