Tag Archives: media bias

MSNBC’s Martin Bashir Gets Bashed

For decades, from the ascendancy and preeminence of Walter Cronkite until the chronic, heated attacks against Republican President George W. Bush, the mainstream media has exposed its left-leaning bias without any shame. Aside from an engaging twenty-minute interview/dialogue between Fox News anchor Chris Wallace and The Daily Show’s Jon Stewart in 2011, plus marginal efforts from conservative websites like Townhall.com…

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RNC Votes To Ban CNN & NBC From 2016 GOP Debates

Kudos to the Republican National Committee (RNC) for voting this week in Boston to ban CNN & NBC from participating in the 2016 Republican Presidential Primary debates. The bitchslap against the informal propaganda arm of the Democrat Party was long overdue. GOP activists can now hope that the RNC vote means the party will cease to be a media punching…

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Obama, The Media, & The Media’s “Rape Of Reality”

Town Hall contributing columnist Derek Hunter calls out the mainstream media’s “rape of reality” on its latest dereliction of duty with regards to investigating President Barack Obama‘s response to the recent assaults against US embassies: I am here to report a rape. To protect President Obama from the failure of his administration to anticipate or respond appropriately to the attacks…

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IsThere Bias In The Media

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**                        IS THERE BIAS IN THE MEDIA?                               By: Edward P.Shallow The question of gay marriage is on the minds of conservatives and independents as the presidential campaigns intensify.  Consider after…

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Why do GOP Debates have to be hosted by Democrat Political Operatives like George Mess-o-popolis?

I was stunned when I broke away from the football game Saturday night to see ABC News moderator George Stephanopoulos going back and forth in a heated exchange with Mitt Romney, as though Stephanopoulos was one of the candidates on the platform himself.   His role was supposed to ensure all candidates were treated fairly and that the debate didn’t…

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