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Obama Backs EPA War on Coal, While Networks Ignore Harm to Industry

Major utility announces proposal to retire power plants, layoff workers and spend billions to comply with 'pending' regulations.

Networks that Excused Nazi Signs for Scott Walker's Collective Bargaining Law Now Skim Over Its Vindication

The network morning shows on Wednesday offered a scant 41 seconds to a major Wisconsin Supreme Court ruling permitting the state's collective bargaining law to go into effect. These are the same ...

Was Anthony Weiner Victim of New Washington 'Puritanism'?

Kate Zernike on Anthony Weiner, victim of Washington "puritanism"? "But technology keeps adding new and in many ways more seductive temptations to the mix. And this is happening at a time when, ...

Politico Trumpets: Obama Returns to the 'Adoring Island' of Puerto Rico

Politico's write-up of Barack Obama's Puerto Rican trip depicted the President as a conquering hero making his long-awaited return to the "adoring island." Carrie Budoff Brown, in her June 14 ...

Environmental Terrorist Just a Victim of Society?

Movie critic John Anderson exculpates a convicted domestic terrorist of the Earth Liberation Front: "Some would call Mr. McGowan overeager. The government calls him a terrorist....[Daniel] McGowan ...

CNN Gives Maher Platform to Accuse GOP Candidates of 'Horrible Society-Killing Ideas,' Call Cheney 'More Psychotic' Than Weiner

The night after CNN's debate with seven Republican presidential candidates, Anderson Cooper brought aboard left-wing "comedian" Bill Maher to ridicule them. Asked if he "had to vote" for one of ...

CBS Badgers Republicans on the Economy; Went Easier on Obama

CBS hounded four Republicans from the left during a town hall on the economy which aired on Tuesday's Early Show. Bob Schieffer, Erica Hill, and Rebecca Jarvis pressed Reps. Paul Ryan and Allen ...

CNN Anchor Questions If Gov't Should Really Be Limited Within Constitutional Powers

CNN's Ali Velshi apparently believes the idea of a federal government limited within Constitutional powers is a little far-fetched.

Chris Matthews' New Thrill? Hardball Hosts Flips and Praises 'Serious,' 'Informed' Bachmann

MSNBC's Chris Matthews, who once trashed Michele Bachmann as a "zombie" and a "nutcase," on Tuesday praised the Congresswoman as "poised, informed and serious." Touting Bachmann's performance in ...

NBC's Curry: 'Disastrous' Not to Raise Debt Ceiling; Asks Obama if GOP is Just 'Bluffing'

In an interview with President Obama on Tuesday's NBC Today, co-host Ann Curry fretted over Republican calls for spending cuts before raising the nation's debt limit: "Do you think they're ...