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Newsweek Uses Same Excuse for Obama as Carter: Presidency Too Big for One Man

In the November 22 issue of Newsweek magazine, Daniel Stone defended the Obama administration by blaming the institution of the presidency for failures rather than the chief executive himself: ...

Calmes Complains GOP Didn't Sufficiently 'Accommodate' Obama by Passing Liberal Laws During Time of National Crisis

Jackie Calmes, impatient with Republicans for not sufficiently accommodating Obama during a time of national crisis (i.e. early in his presidency): "I'm going to go out on a limb, at the risk of ...

Networks Allow a Scant Four Minutes on Rangel Conviction; Devote 120 Minutes to Royal Wedding

Tuesday's evening news broadcasts and Wednesday's morning shows allowed a scant four and a half minutes of coverage to the conviction of powerful Democrat Charlie Rangel over ethics charges. In ...

Subscribe to Culture Links from MRC's Culture and Media Institute

Bias doesn't only come from the New York Times. The national media are attacking all the principles the Founding Fathers viewed as important to a strong nation, including cultural values and ...

Times Critic and Author William McGowan Blasts Paper's 'Propagandizing'

William McGowan, Times critic and author of the new book Gray Lady Down, argues that by September 11, 2001, the Times had already established itself as the standard-bearer for "counter-cultural ...

Liberal Activists Overwhelm Opposing Voices at MSNBC's Immigration Town Hall

MSNBC's prime-time "town hall" on immigration reform yesterday exemplified one of the more unseemly elements of media bias: brazen political advocacy disguised as an "honest conversation."

Huffington Post Skips Love and Marriage, Goes Right to Divorce

'News' site of famously-divorced Arianna Huffington boasts proud new divorce section, with headlines like, 'Divorce! It's Good for the Children!'

Economist Bjorn Lomborg's New Film Says 'Cool It' to Warming Scare Tactics

'The Skeptical Environmentalist' calls for rational climate change debate, policies.

Sarcastic Bill Weir on Being a Careful Journalist: 'I've Drastically Scaled Down the Size of My Meth Lab'

Nightline co-anchor Bill Weir talked to TV Newser on Tuesday and offered a sarcastic answer to the question of how he must be careful as a journalist. Weir mocked, "Well, I've drastically scaled ...

CNN: Conservative Guests are 'Controversial;' No Labels for Liberals

CNN, whose new ad claims that they "keep them all honest, without playing favorites," actually played favorites on Monday's Parker-Spitzer. Hosts Kathleen Parker and Eliot Spitzer failed to give ...