UAW Has Reason to Celebrate This Labor Day

Networks downplay union criticism while Obama's control of auto companies pays off for labor.

ABC Glamorizes German City With No Cars; Model for America?

On Saturday's Good Morning America, ABC touted a German city that has rid itself of all cars. Complimenting the citizens of Vauban, reporter Jim Sciutto cheered, "And residents don't mind one ...

On Anniversary of Katrina, ABC's Bill Weir Hits Bush for 'Tainted' Legacy Over Storm

On Sunday's "Good Morning America," weekend host Bill Weir highlighted the fourth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina and insisted that the storm "really tainted the Bush legacy." The GMA anchor ...
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Good Morning, Bias: Diane Sawyer’s Liberal Spin

For the last decade, Diane Sawyer has been a familiar face to millions of morning TV viewers as co-host of ABC’s Good Morning America. Over her lengthy career at ABC, Sawyer has repeatedly lauded ...

ABC's Jonathan Karl: The Kennedys Are 'America's Family'

ABC correspondent Jonathan Karl on Sunday hyperbolically declared that the Kennedys are "America's family." Reporting on the funeral of Ted Kennedy for Good Morning America, the reporter read a ...

Kennedy: A Case Study in Liberal Myth-Making

Covering Senator's Death, Reporters Chose to Celebrate Big Government Activism Rather than Debate It

Gay Video Parody of Miley Cyrus: Disney Shrugs, MSNBC Applauds

Cyrus, Disney OK with Fire Island film; MSNBC says it shows 'growth' and smart business.

ABC Buries Harsh Kennedy Obit, One That Labels Him a 'Failure,' in the Middle of the Night

In the early hours of Wednesday, reporter John Donvan narrated a tough, comprehensive look at the life of Ted Kennedy, one that went so far as to assert that the Senator was sometimes "a let down, ...

ABC Spins Kennedy's Liberal Legislation as His 'Legacy' to All Americans

On Thursday's Good Morning America, Diane Sawyer and other ABC journalists spun liberal legislation by Ted Kennedy as gifts to the whole country. While bills related to the senator appeared ...
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