9/17/2012 9:46 PM ET
Once again serving as the broadcast arm of MSNBC, Monday’s NBC Nightly News
devoted a full segment to the supposed outrage over what Mitt Romney
said in a surreptitiously-recorded video ...
9/15/2012 4:03 PM ET
“Listen for it,” CBS Evening News anchor Scott Pelley urged viewers Friday night in trumpeting what he hailed as “a
remarkable moment of candor” from President Barack Obama “when he told
9/12/2012 11:51 PM ET
Mitt Romney was correct in his critique of President Barack Obama’s “Arab Spring” policies but, on the timing, The Weekly Standard’s Steve Hayes cautioned on FNC’s Special Report, Romney should ...
9/9/2012 6:59 PM ET
David Gregory teased Sunday's Meet the Press by highlighting a
clip of himself pushing Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney to
upset conservatives in getting a budget deal, ...
9/8/2012 4:04 PM ET
“Writers have been bowing to the ‘fact checkers’ as submissively as Barack Obama upon meeting some anti-American dictator,” the Wall Street Journal’s James Taranto quipped in a devastating ...
9/6/2012 9:59 PM ET
Last week in Tampa, CBS Evening News anchor Scott Pelley and NBC Nightly News
anchor Brian Williams, both hit Ann Romney with a pointed political
contention from the left, but tonight ...
9/5/2012 9:13 PM ET
“You don’t want to put delegates in a position where they’re booing God and Jerusalem, especially on videotape,” the Weekly Standard’s Steve Hayes observed on FNC’s Special Report
in citing a ...
9/4/2012 9:45 PM ET
CNN’s Brianna Keilar cued up Sandra Fluke, Obama’s poster girl for
“free” contraception and forcing religious institutions to violate their
beliefs, to tar Mitt Romney and all Republicans with ...
9/3/2012 10:44 PM ET
Playing to a crowd of Democrats in Charlotte cheering on Democratic
operative Chris Matthews as he hosted his MSNBC program, Howard Fineman
blurted “I survived Tampa and am now glad to be ...
9/2/2012 10:46 PM ET
“I’m frankly, fed up, with the one-sided bias,” a frustrated Newt Gingrich asserted on Sunday’s Meet the Press, citing two blatant examples. First: “Where is the outrage over overt, deliberate ...