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ABC and NBC Censor Latest IRS Outrage, CBS Gives Story Only 19 Seconds

On Thursday morning, ABC and NBC refused to cover the latest revelation in the IRS scandal. Politico reported on Wednesday afternoon that former IRS official Lois Lerner cautioned her ...
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Media Praise BBC Censorship of Climate Skeptics; Attack Dissenters

Washington Post joins liberal journalists to bash ‘anti-science fringe’ and BBC’s ‘addition to false balance.’
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Lefty Media Slam ‘Parasitic’ Ridesharing Companies Like Uber

Liberal economists and websites like Alternet, attack freedom and competition in rideshare vs. taxi feud.
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Flashback: Droned U.S. Citizen Once ‘Moderate Islam’s’ Media Darling

Al Awlaki was called ‘bridge-builder’ between Islam and West.
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Foul: Anti-Redskins Ad to Run During NBA Finals

Apparently, free PR from lib sports writers isn’t enough.
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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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