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Media Bias

Sun Rises in the East, Ezra Klein Debunked Again

June 27, 2012

Most of you have probably heard of Ezra Klein.  A few years ago, he was exposed as the man who created Journolist, a private listserve designed for liberal journalists to coordinate their misleading narrative for their daily propaganda broadcasts and articles.  If you don’t remember the Journolist fiasco, chances are you’ve stumbled across Klein on [...]

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Liberal Media Tells Us They Actually Favor Romney Over Obama

April 23, 2012

The same media that has been trying to move heaven and earth to put a positive spin on this anemic economic recovery, coordinate with the DNC in asking a debate question about contraception in a pathetic attempt to convince us that Republicans are trying to ban the pill, mock Mitt Romney for his wealth, cease [...]

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Ann Coulter’s Take on MSM Reaction to Tucson Shooting

January 12, 2011

So what exactly does the media want from us? Ann Coulter says it all in one sentence. After the monstrous shooting in Arizona last week, surely we can all agree that we’ve got to pass Obama’s agenda immediately and stop using metaphors. Read the whole thing.  Besides hitting the nail on the head (and as [...]

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We Must Not Let the Elite Define Us!

January 11, 2011

In the aftermath of the Arizona shootings, many on the left disgustingly blamed Sarah Palin for the act of an insane madman.  Over the last several months, in conversations that I have had with fellow politically-aware Conservatives, talk naturally turns to potential GOP nominee in 2012, and of course, Sarah Palin’s name comes up.  With [...]

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Taliban’s Top Military Commander Captured

February 16, 2010

The New York Times is reporting that American and Pakistani intelligence officials recently captured the Taliban’s top military commander, Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, in Karachi.  Baradar is in Pakistani custody, but American officials are involved in the interrogations.  They are hopeful that Baradar may have information on the whereabouts of Taliban Leader Mullah Omar.  Capturing [...]

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The Drive-By Media Campaign Against Rush

October 15, 2009

Rush Limbaugh is a threat to liberals.  He has always been a threat to liberals.  Now, the state-run media is engaged in a drive-by smear campaign against Rush to prevent him from realizing a lifelong dream, becoming an owner of an NFL franchise.  And it looks like their campaign of lies has succeeded. Limbaugh single-handily [...]

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State-Controlled Media Cries Foul Over SNL Skit

October 6, 2009

CNN, a division of the State-Controlled media, is crying foul over SNL’s recent skit making fun of Obama for doing “Jack” and “Squat” in the first 9 months of his Presidency.  CNN’s report questioned whether the satire was “fair” and “accurate”, challenging some of the assertions made in the sketch, and going so far as [...]

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Janeane Garofalo Seeks Liberal Alternative to Mainstream Media

July 19, 2009

Janeane Garofalo recently fled the country to complain to the BBC about the dearth of liberal media outlets in the United States.  How does she know the media isn’t liberal enough you ask?  Simple.  American media can’t be liberal because they never take Garofalo seriously: And I got involved in certain anti-war groups and stuff [...]

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Cynthia Tucker: Racism and Sexism Behind Opposition to Sotomayor

July 18, 2009

In her most recent column in the Atlanta Journal Constitution, Cynthia Tucker argues that conservative opposition to Sonia Sotomayor’s nomination to the Supreme Court is racially motivated.  Normally such an assertion would cause thinking people to simply roll their eyes and move on to something a little more intellectual like TMZ, Politico or Meghan McCain’s [...]

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State-Run Media Hero Worship Exposed

July 13, 2009

This CNN video is amusing.  In it, the CNN anchor Don Lemon asks an African journalist Nkepile Mabuse about the enthusiastic reception of Obama by the African people.  Specifically, Lemon asks if the dancing, the excitement, and the cheers are “unprecedented” in the history of American political visits to Africa.  The question is worded in [...]

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Washington Post Apologizes for Flyergate

July 6, 2009

The Washington Post has apologized for their recent attempt to sell lobbyists off-the-record access to key members of the Obama administration and members of its editorial board for $25,000 a pop.  Of course they only did so after the flyers advertising the salons were discovered.  Now the Post is in damage-control mode.  Who knew that [...]

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The Success of Fox News

June 10, 2009

Charles Krauthammer, the ever-eloquent conservative columnist and panelist on Fox News’ Special Report, recently received the Eric Breindel Award for Excellence in Opinion Journalism. In his acceptance speech, he paid tribute to the success of Fox News and it’s role in opening up journalism and our ability to get news beyond the liberal monopoly.  In [...]

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Let’s Give ‘em a Standing O

May 5, 2009

Unconscious press bias at its You Tube best!  Though the press briefing room has more informal etiquette rules, it’s an interesting contrast nonetheless, given that the press’ respect for Bush was nearly non-existent, and given that the MSM clearly views Obama as ”too big to fail.”   However, sometimes they did actually stand for Bush.  In this cleverly cut video [...]

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Steven Crowder on Rain Man Joe Biden

April 2, 2009

It’s Thursday!  That means its time for another Steven Crowder video.  This week, Crowder bemoans the fact that media bias is really depriving the American people of comedy gold.  Well, we’re not deprived.  We follow Steven Crowder. He mentions three Biden gaffes that we “probably haven’t heard” but actually have.  That’s because we follow politics.  [...]

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BBC Employees Unknowingly Admit Pro-Palestinian Bias

February 21, 2009

Four hundred BBC employees have signed a petition to overturn the BBC’s recent decision not to broadcast a pro-Palestinian propaganda special “Gaza Humanitarian Aid Appeal.”  The employees argue that by not airing the special, the BBC is effectively taking sides in the conflict.  Apparently, the BBC would never dream of broadcasting one-sided coverage in the [...]

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Ann Coulter: Sarah Palin Is Conservative of the Year

December 22, 2008

Today’s Ann Coulter column naming Sarah Palin as Conservative of the Year on behalf of Human Events had me laughing out loud when I first read it. Of course Ann Coulter columns always make me laugh out loud, but trust me, this one is a real doozy. The entire column is worth a read, but [...]

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A Media Moment of Lucidity

November 9, 2008

So, why didn’t they figure this out BEFORE Election Day?  I really hope long-term damage has been done to the MSM for their blind advocacy for Obama during the election.  Even if they were in the bag for McCain, the media’s job is to report the news, not advocate for a particular political philosophy or [...]

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Gwen Ifill – Obama Disciple

October 1, 2008

The Vice-Presidential Debate is this Thursday between Gov. Sarah Palin and Sen. Joe Biden, and moderated by Gwen Ifill.  While it is common knowledge that most members of the media are in the tank for Obama, some are more obvious about it than others.  Gwen Ifill falls in the Chris Matthews/Keith Olbermann camp.  Michelle Malkin chronicles [...]

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Atlantis, Alaska, Azkaban

September 3, 2008

It’s a sad day when there’s about a 50 percent chance that some MSM outlet will run with this satirical piece by Jim Treacher thinking its reality, or at least thinking they can trick people into thinking its reality. Link via Hot Air

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Republican National Convention, Day 2

September 2, 2008

Fred Thompson and Joe Lieberman seemed subdued to me as they delivered the major speeches at tonight’s session of the Republican National Convention. Normally, that isn’t the demeanor one projects when delivering a political speech, especially at a political convention; but somehow, it worked. What other demeanor would be appropriate when explaining the details of [...]

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So John Edwards Is A Candidate Now?

August 8, 2008

Today John Edwards admitted that he cheated on his cancer-stricken wife with Rielle Hunter.  When the story first broke, the MSM wouldn’t utter a peep about one of their hero’s scandal.  Conservatives argued that the media silence was based on the fact that Edwards is a Democrat.  Laughably, liberals argued that the MSM was silent [...]

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John Edwards Can’t Hide Behind His Wife This Time

August 6, 2008

Do you ever get the feeling that John “Polly Prissy Pants” Edwards is Ann Coulter’s favorite target? I don’t if that has anything to do with the fact that the former Democrat Vice Presidential nominee is also one of the easiest targets out there, but she sure does seem to enjoy herself when he is [...]

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You Stay Classy MSM

July 12, 2008

All decent human beings are saddened by Tony Snow’s death. Which brings me to the AP and the New York Slimes. On the very day Tony Snow passes away, the AP projected their own failures on to the brilliant and decent man: With a quick-from-the-lip repartee, broadcaster’s good looks and a relentlessly bright outlook — [...]

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Cuntry Roads: She Who Must Not Be Named Wins West Virginia Primary

May 13, 2008

She Who Must Not Be Named won tonight’s West Virginia Democrat Primary by a landslide. Despite tonight’s lopsided result, little has changed in the race for the other party’s nomination. As was the case before tonight, the primary is essentially over. I mean, she was singing months ago. (I wonder if Barack Obama could name [...]

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Economy Then and Now; Democrats Then and Now

April 10, 2008

The fact that The Corner’s David Freddoso can report economic data from 2008 compared to economic data from 1996 and juxtapose the statistics with Democrat quotes all in about a minute and half is proof positive of the media’s laziness, dishonesty, or both. UPDATE: The Anchoress has a great roundup of this one, complete with [...]

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