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Times Watch Quotes of Note -Preening Over Publishing Stolen Cables, Snooty Over Swiped Climate-Gate Email

Plus: Frank Rich's latest excruciating metaphor and his lament that "homophobia" is merely a "misdemeanor" in official D.C. circles. And Kate Zernike claims her slanted book on the Tea Party ...

Maddow More Rational Than Letterman Who Argues WikiLeaks Could Have Saved Us from Bush's 9/11 Malfeasance

Searching for an upside to the WikiLeaks release of secret documents, David Letterman pointed to how such disclosures could have possibly prevented the 9/11 attacks since former President George ...

The Top 10 Worst Julian Assange Metaphors

Besotted lefty media falls over itself conjuring comparisons to anti-American hacker.

CNN's Yellin: Congress's Low Polls Numbers Due to Failure to Repeal DADT?

On Wednesday's Newsroom, CNN's Jessica Yellin bizarrely implied that Congress's low poll numbers was linked to their failure to repeal "don't ask, don't tell." After noting the public's support ...

Matthews to Michelle Rhee: Stay Away From Those Ideological Fools on the Right!

On Wednesday's Hardball, Chris Matthews brought on former Washington D.C. chancellor of public schools Michelle Rhee to discuss the state of public education in this country and praised her for ...

NY Times' David Leonhardt: Obama-Care on Same Level as Civil Rights

The New York Times' chief economic columnist compares opposition to Obama-care to opposition to civil rights for blacks: "Nearly every time this country has expanded its social safety net or tried ...

Time Editor Says Tea Party Not Named 'Person of the Year' Because They're Not a Person

Time's managing editor Richard Stengel appeared on MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell Reports, on Thursday, to promote his magazine's Person of the Year issue and after he cited the reasons for selecting ...

Unlike NBC, ABC Conducts Hard-Hitting Expose of Egomaniacal 'Dictator' Julian Assange

While NBC on Tuesday focused on the "funny" and "intelligent" side of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, Nightline's Brian Ross conducted a tough, hard-hitting investigation into the questionable ...

Networks See Unconstitutional Ruling as 'Setback,' Not 'Victory for Liberty'

Evening and morning shows see 'roadblock' for White House, not freedom for citizens, in federal judge's decision insurance mandate is unconstitutional.

Shocker: Times Pays Conservative D.C. Newspaper a Crime-Fighting Compliment

Jeremy Peters praises the crime fighting Washington Examiner, a free D.C. newspaper with a "conservative bent." "About once a month, the United States Marshals Service in the Washington area ...