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Profiles in Bias

Documenting the Bias of Top Journalists and Major News Stories
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Rosie O'Donnell's Left-Wing Ravings

As co-host of ABC’s The View, Rosie O’Donnell has used her daytime perch to push an array of extreme left-wing and anti-American views, including her assertion that "radical Christianity is just ...
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George Stephanopoulos: ABC's In-House Spin Doctor

George Stephanopoulos became a political celebrity as a spin doctor in Bill Clinton’s 1992 presidential campaign. Hired by ABC News after four years as a top presidential aide, ABC's corporate ...
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Brian Williams

Brian Williams, who suggests Jimmy Carter is one of the greatest former presidents in history and that the Founding Fathers could be called terrorists, landed in the anchor chair at NBC’s Nightly ...
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ABC’s Charles Gibson, Conventional Liberal

Charles Gibson, ABC’s longtime co-host of Good Morning America was tapped to replace Elizabeth Vargas as solo anchor of World News Tonight, starting May 29, 2006. On his morning show, and as a ...
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CBS’s Mike Wallace: Too Many Minutes of Liberal Bias

To mark his retirement, the May 21, 2006 edition of 60 Minutes devoted a tribute to Mike Wallace. Below, from the MRC's archive, are some comments and views from Wallace that were not mentioned on ...
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Top Ten Left Wing Scenes on The West Wing

On May 14, 2006, NBC aired the final episode of The West Wing. Since its debut in September of 1999 when "President Josiah Bartlet," played by Martin Sheen, told some cartoon-ish conservative ...
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Meredith Vieira: Megaphone for the Liberal Cause

On April 6, 2006, NBC announced that Meredith Vieira, a host of ABC's The View, would succeed Katie Couric as co-host of the Today show. In picking Vieira, NBC chose a journalist with a record of ...
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Walter Cronkite: Liberal Media Icon

Since his retirement, Walter Cronkite, anchor of the CBS Evening News from 1962 to 1981, has made clear his liberal views on a range of issues, including how being a liberal is essential to being ...
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Dan Rather's Outrageous Liberal Bias

Dan Rather ascended to the CBS Evening News anchor chair on March 9, 1981. Since then, his on-air liberal bias has become the stuff of legend. To find out why, read and watch MRC-selected Dan ...
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Public Broadcasting: Your Taxes Fund Liberal Bias

Public Broadcasting: Your Taxes Fund Liberal Bias
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