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ACLU Director Says Movie ‘Makes Abortion Funny’

Washington Post piece claims ‘Obvious Child’ shows abortion as humorous.
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NBC Hypes 'Often-Scrutinized' Hillary's 'Uncharacteristically Revealing' Interview

Ann Curry, on Wednesday's NBC Nightly News, trumpeted that Hillary Clinton supposedly gave a "uncharacteristically revealing interview" to People magazine. Kelly O'Donnell filed a gushing report ...
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Major Newspaper Editorials Ignore or Praise EPA Controls 90 Percent of Time

9 prominent newspapers failed to even address the important new EPA regulations, only two opposed them.
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CNN Won't Be "Shamed" Into Doing Its Job; Investigating Benghazi = "Insidious" Scare Tactic

CNN Worldwide President Jeff Zucker proclaims that his network is "not going to be shamed" into covering the Benghazi hearings, as if engaging in actual journalism is something to be avoided. And, ...
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Journalists Admitting Liberal Bias, Part One

While most in the media business continue to deny the problem of liberal bias, a number of journalists have admitted that the majority of their brethren approach the news from a liberal angle.
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Liberal Media Embrace ‘Rock Star’ Far-Left Economist Piketty

French economist’s massive economic text touted as ‘beach read,’ in spite of radical proposals like 80 percent tax on incomes above $500,000.
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Washington Post Reporter: Benghazi Scandal May Actually Help Hillary in 2016

Appearing on Monday's The Daily Rundown on MSNBC, Washington Post reporter Dan Balz touted Democratic spin that the ongoing Benghazi scandal could actually help Hillary Clinton's 2016 ...
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The New Age of Gay Mr. Manners

Move over, Miss Manners. The Washington Post made room for a regular "Mr. Manners" column on "LGBT and straight etiquette."
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17 News Companies Support FOIA Lawsuit Against Michael Mann

AP, Reuters, Washington Post and others become unlikely allies in lawsuit over access to climate scientist’s emails.
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When it Comes to Kochs, WaPo Picks Activism Over Accuracy

Post writers want to ‘inflame public debate,’ despite faulty facts.
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