Tim Graham

Director of Media Analysis
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The 'Transgender Tipping Point' to Censorship

Dissent from the command to praise the "transgenders," and you “stigmatize” and “dehumanize” people. You deny them “civil rights.”
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How To Interview Hillary Clinton

Why not pepper Hillary with hardballs? She's applying for the job of Leader of the Free World. She usually receives shameless pap.
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Here Comes the 'Abortion Comedy'

Feminist film critics can finally rejoice, their dream has arrived: an "abortion comedy."
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Hillary vs. The Truth on Benghazi

Polls show the public support more hearings into Benghazi. The media just want to elect Hillary.
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HBO's Dreadful Reagan Lie

Ten years after Ronald Reagan's death, HBO is again spreading the lie that Reagan cruelly denied funding and attention to AIDS.
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Team Obama Exposes A CIA Station Chief

Someone on Obama's staff showed truly jaw-dropping incompetence by accidentally releasing to 6,000 journalists the name of the CIA station chief in Afghanistan. Imagine if this happened under ...
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Feminism, Still Considered Man-Hating

"Do you consider yourself a feminist?" A young actress drew anger by answering "No, because I love men."
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CNN President: We Won't Be 'Shamed' Into Covering Benghazi Hearings By 'Temper Tantrums' from the Right

CNN President Jeff Zucker snottily sounded off to New York Times TV reporter Bill Carter against any complaining conservatives, proclaiming his network would not be “shamed into” covering ...
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Jon Stewart Abandons 'Sanity'

Jon Stewart claims to be America's spokesman for civility in politics. Does this man watch his own show?
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Barbara Walters, Queen of Softballs

Barbara Walters has competitively elbowed out others to be the country's most syrupy questioner of Obamas and Clintons.
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Mike Rogers Rains Fire on Conservative Radio

Rogers is such a genius he thinks you launch a career in conservative talk radio by pandering to The New York Times it describes current conservative shows as "delirium bins."
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Media Yawn at Hollywood Child Abuse

Former child actors say the number-one Hollywood problem is pedophilia. The same news outlets that hammer the Vatican are silent.
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Whistling Past the Bad Polls

When Republicans are sinking in the polls, no one in America can miss it. The liberal media won’t let them. Not so when Obama sinks.
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God Movies Make Money

There is always an audience for faith-friendly films. When will Hollywood catch on?
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Chelsea Clinton's Baby, Politicized

Hyper-enthusiastic coverage of Chelsea Clinton's baby news makes the whole thing feel like a partisan event, right down to ABC cooing that the Clintons are our “royal” family.
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Blunt Sharyl Attkisson on CNN: 'I Didn't Sense Any Resistance...Ever' to Negative Bush Stories at CBS

Former CBS News reporter Sharyl Attkisson was blunt in her interview with CNN’s Brian Stelter on Sunday's Reliable Sources. Stelter tried to ask if CBS lost interest in investigative journalism to ...
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'Close Observers of History' Hate Ollie North

For its second season, the creators of the FX series “The Americans” have chosen a new source for Reagan-era insight – one Lt. Col. Oliver North. Liberals are outraged. 
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Helping the Democrats Avoid the Victims

Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton may callously ignore American victims of terrorism and their families. Media omission makes it easy.
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Brandeis Bows to Islamic Censorship

The Muslim students and their “allies” didn’t want to hear anything Ayaan Hirsi Ali had to say about honor killings or female gender mutilation.
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How TV Censorship Works for Democrats

The TV networks seem to have two tracks in covering Democratic scandals: ignore them, or if coverage is unavoidable, ignore the D next to the scandal subject's name.