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It’s Duck (Commander) Season on Lefty Sites

Liberal outlets revile ‘Dynasty’s’ Robertson for his heresy.
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MSNBC's Hayes Frets Uninsured Not 'Potent Constituency,' Skips Anti-ObamaCare Poll

On the Wednesday, December 18, All In show on MSNBC, host Chris Hayes fretted that uninsured Americans are not a "potent constituency" during a discussion of the debate over extending unemployment ...
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MSNBC Panel Compares Pro-Gun Sheriffs to Segregationists, Tea Party Based on Racism

On Monday's PoliticsNation on MSNBC, liberal columnist Cynthia Tucker compared sheriffs who refuse to enforce new restrictive gun laws to people in the South who opposed laws banning segregation, ...
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MSNBC's Sharpton and Washington Post's Milbank Decry 'Demonizing' of Welfare Recipients

On the Friday, December 13, PoliticsNation, the Washington Post's Dana Milbank joined host Al Sharpton in complaining that conservatives "demonize" people who receive welfare benefits as the two ...
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Media’s Top 10 Most Embarrassing Predictions of 2013

Getting it wrong, news outlets’ erroneous forecasts: Healthcare.gov like online shopping, abundant Atlantic hurricanes, $24 billion government shutdown and more.
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HuffPo: ‘We Can Have Morally Good Abortions’

Lefty minister says ‘To restrict a woman’s choice is to refuse her soul freedom.’
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Five Years of H8 from NOH8

Pro-gay marriage group has plenty of celebrity h8ers.
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NBC’s Chuck Todd Twists Poll Findings to Fish for Good News on ObamaCare

On Wednesday’s Andrea Mitchell Reports, NBC News political director Chuck Todd desperately searched for a silver lining in the latest NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll numbers on ObamaCare. Todd ...
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MSNBC's Hayes Pushes Hiring More Govt Workers, Jokes 'Let's Just Have Another Census'

On Tuesday's All In on MSNBC, during a discussion of the federal budget and spending on poverty programs, host Chris Hayes suggesting reducing unemployment by having the government hire workers as ...
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