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Lies My Textbooks Told Me: Judging Recent Supreme Court Justices

Textbooks attack Reagan and Bush Supreme Court nominees, label moderate justices as 'conservatives.'
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Bill, Barry and Fear-Driven Advertising

Why the Bill Clinton Obama ad? Why now?
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Occupy-Loving Washington Post Pushes Furnishings for the 1 Percent

‘House Calls’ section recommends room makeovers costing thousands of dollars.
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The Big Stick

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MSNBC's Schultz and Wolffe Fret Over Romney 'Cheap Shot' at Jimmy Carter

On Monday's The Ed Show on MSNBC, as host Ed Schultz and MSNBC political analyst Richard Wolffe - formerly of Newsweek - discussed Mitt Romney's crack on President Obama that even President Carter ...
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A Simple Question about Voter IDs

The Obama administration negates its own arguments against photo requirement.
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MSNBC: The Book

Book Review – “Showdown: The Inside Story of How Obama Fought Back against Boehner, Cantor and the Tea Party” By David Corn
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NBC Pounces on Ted Nugent Comments, Ignores Obama's Own History of Violent Metaphors

Uniquely among the broadcast network evening newscasts, Wednesday's NBC Nightly News highlighted controversial comments about President Obama recently made by conservative rocker Ted Nugent, even ...
The Buffett Rule

Senate Rejects ‘Buffett Rule,’ Despite Networks’ Promotion of ‘Tax Reform’

Nearly 70 percent of stories on millionaires tax include ‘fair’ talk;  only 8 percent mention ‘politics of envy.’
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NBC Tries to Undermine Romney Handling of Hilary Rosen Attack

On Monday's NBC Nightly News, correspondent Peter Alexander played up comments Mitt Romney made at a fund-raiser in Florida about cutting government programs as if the GOP presidential candidate's ...
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