Bozell's Column

Founder and President of the Media Research Center, L. Brent Bozell III runs the largest media watchdog organization in America. Established in 1987, the MRC has made “media bias” a household term, tracking it and printing the compiled evidence daily. Mr. Bozell is a nationally syndicated writer to more than 50 newspapers around the country, whose work appears in publications such as Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, The Washington Times, The New York Post, The L.A. Times and National Review.
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Spreading 'Scandal-Free Administration' Ignorance

It's amazing that a journalist would stubbornly stick with ignorance and say after five years of Obama that it's been a "really relatively scandal-free administration."
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Jezebel, The 'Mainstream' of Feminism

Liberals love Jezebel.com as “the closest thing we have to an engaging and mainstream feminist news outlet” It may be “mean, petty, biased, and irresponsible - but it is utterly necessary.”
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Terry McAuliffe's Anti-Catholic Campaign

Terry McAuliffe is running a transparently, viciously anti-Catholic campaign all over television, trashing Ken Cuccinelli as a woman-hating extremist for backing proposals that line up with ...
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TV Has to Be At Least 42 Percent Gay?

There's no wonder that a Gallup poll in 2011 found that on average, American adults estimate that 25 percent of Americans are gay. They're getting that crazy idea from TV.
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The Shutdown That Ruined Christmas?

Once the networks blamed the Grinchy conservatives for the shutdown, viewers can be led to believe that conservatives hate Christmas as much as they hate a functioning government.
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The New Broadcast Profanity, "Redskins"?

In trying to ban the use of the word "Redskins" on television, these liberals are not reflecting a nation's outrage. They are attempting to create it.
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The New Nexus: Liberal Media and Liberal Republicans

The media and the liberal Republicans want to take the GOP back to the Nixon-Ford era of the 1970s, painting the Tea Party into a fringe and shredding the party platform as meaningless.
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Children Majoring In Techno-Mayhem

Our "guardians" of pop culture suggest that controversy over ultra-violent, hyper-sexual video games are "sepia-toned oddities from another age."
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The Ministry of Confusion

I can think of one reason for ending the shutdown. There are a lot of stupid people now roaming the streets. Bureaucratic bumbling can be found wherever there's large government.
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The Old Media and The New Sheriffs

While the media keeps bashing conservatives for the shutdown, there are new leaders in town who are showing Reagan’s willingness to upset the media apple carts.
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