Primetime Dud: Obama Disappoints with Long-Winded, Vague Press Conference

Broadcast nets could lose estimated $9 million; President took 41 minutes to answer only 11 questions that left liberal pundits discouraged.

Sen. DeMint Fires Back at Obama: 'President Obama has Lowered the Discourse'

President uses primetime press conference to complain about 'Waterloo' comments much cited by media.

'The Early Show' Stays Positive on Health Care Reform

Who is going to benefit from ObamaCare? CBS says everyone maybe.

AP Health Care Article Misses Mark

Phillip Elliott's report glosses over other countries' problems with socialized medicine while exaggerating U.S. situation.

Tim Johnson Returns to Cheerleading for Obama

Just a day after acting like a journalist, ABC medical editor reads from presidents Teleprompter on 'GMA.'

Sotomayor Hearings Serving as a Distraction for Tax Hikes?

BMI adviser Dan Mitchell explains how Dems are using SCOTUS hearings as camouflage for higher taxes to pay for public health care plan.

Vermont Senator: Health Insurance Firms Should Be 'Afraid' of Government

Sen. Bernie Sanders launches attack on healthcare industry, and admits companies should fear prospect of 'a strong Medicare-type public plan.'

Journalists Actually Criticize Obama's Healthcare Forum

CBS's Chip Reid joined even by liberal Helen Thomas to complain about White House media control.

'Nightly News' Promotes Paying Children for Public School Success

Brokaw plays up program that comes at $1.35-million cost to D.C. taxpayers, but neglects to point out budget struggles of school system.

ABC ObamaCare Special Turns Into Presidential Filibuster

President Obama uses network primetime special and overtime 'Nightline' coverage to talk for more than 45 minutes of combined 75-minute programs, revealing nothing new.
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