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Mocking Prayer as 'Meaningless Platitudes' from 'Cowards,' Fearing 'Ugly Politics' of 'Islamophobia'

In the wake of the terror attack in San Bernadino, the media double down on Obama's anti-gun agenda and mock those who offer prayers as "cowards" hiding behind "meaningless platitudes," even as ...
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Don’t Bee-lieve Fearmongering about A ‘Beepocalypse’

Washington Post finds honeybee colonies hit 20-year high thanks to free market beekeepers.
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New Digital Media Cater to Pot Heads, Social Justice Warriors

News audience wants an ‘America that isn’t dominated by old white men’
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‘Journalist’: Objective Reporting Doesn’t Apply to ‘Fundamentalist Wackjobs’

Journalist celebrates ‘touting equal rights in the best way I can.’
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Media Cheer SCOTUS Ruling: 'ObamaCare 2, Conservatives 0!' and ObamaCare: 'Quite Literally a Lifesaver'

Reporters cheer the Supreme Court ruling saving ObamaCare from its own sloppiness, with ABC's Terry Moran enthusing: "'ObamaCare 2, conservatives 0' is the score right now," while NBC's ...
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Washington Post Finds Environmentalism Sabotaged Recycling

Green push has caused ‘recycling stream’ to become ‘polluted and less valuable.’
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Washington Post Praises Pope Francis on Leaked Climate Change Encyclical

Liberal media praising Pope now, but blasted Catholic leader for conservative positions on social issues.
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NARAL President: Abortion the Foundation ‘On Which Everything Else is Built’

Washington Post fawns over abortion extremist.
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WaPo: A Woman won the 1976 Men’s Decathlon

Post article advocates for full memory scrub for Jenner.
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Hillary's Scandals = 'Distractions' and 'Noise;' Touting Clintons' 'Heartwarming' Successes

As the Clinton Foundation scandal simmers, NBC travels to Africa to tout the "heartwarming" stories of the Foundation's good works, while CBS belittles the scandals as "distractions" and "noise." ...
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