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Jerusalem Bureau Chief Pits 'J Street' Doves vs. Hawks of 'Extreme Right'

Ethan Bronner: "[Professor Shlomo Avineri] added that the extreme right in Israel had always insisted that criticism of Israeli policy was unpatriotic. Now, the extreme right has more power than ...

Obit Writer Sees Communist as 'Educator,' Conservative as 'Far Right...Unbending Ideologue'

For Times obituary writer Bruce Weber, Communist Angela Davis is merely an "activist and educator," but the late conservative activist Paul Weyrich was "one of the far right's most unbending ...

Brian Williams Spins for Obama on 'Late Night,' Then Declares: 'I Don't Work' for White House

A defensive Brian Williams appeared on Wednesday's Late Night With Jimmy Fallon to explain away Barack Obama's handling of the situation in Libya. He also hit the show's for having a "political ...

MSNBC Resorts to Using 12-Year-Old Boy Health Care Activist to Plug for ObamaCare

On the one-year anniversary of the health care law, MSNBC thought it fitting to bring on a boy who championed the bill and give him a platform. Anchor Andrea Mitchell hosted 12-year-old activist ...

Obama More 'Hawkish' Than Bush, Yet Better at Carrying Out His Policies Say 'Morning Joe' Pundits

Is Obama more 'hawkish' and yet more charming than his immediate predecessor? Apparently so, claimed Time's Mark Halperin and MSNBC's Mika Brzezinski on Thursday's edition of Morning Joe.

Dovish Columnist Kristof: We're Being Greeted as Liberators in Libya

Liberal columnist Nicholas Kristof, Libyan war-hawk: "This may be a first for the Arab world: An American airman who bailed out over Libya was rescued from his hiding place in a sheep pen by ...

ABC Knocks the 'Most Controversial,' 'as Conservative as They Come' Michele Bachmann

Covering a possible 2012 presidential run by Michele Bachmann, Good Morning America's Juju Chang on Thursday spun the Congresswoman as "one of the most controversial freshmen [sic] members of ...

CBS Celebrates Year of ObamaCare By Touting Its Benefits and Despairing Legal Battles May 'Derail' It

Wednesday's CBS Evening News celebrated the one-year anniversary of ObamaCare by touting its benefits before Katie Couric, who devoted half her newscast to Elizabeth Taylor's passing, fretted: ...

Finally: Bloomberg BusinessWeek Adds Balance to Media Coverage of Chevron/Ecuador Dispute

Magazine's 'Jungle Justice' story gives extensive treatment of both sides of protracted legal battle.

Diane Sawyer Ignores Lack of Congressional Approval for Libya, Is Fascinated by Hillary's 'Decisive Role'

ABC anchor Diane Sawyer on Tuesday interviewed Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for World News and Nightline, but offered no questions about the Obama administration's failure to seek ...