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Ronan Farrow Condescends: 'Irresponsible' Catholic Church Dogma Is 'Costing Lives'

MSNBC's Ronan Farrow marked the one-year anniversary of the election of Pope Francis on Thursday by browbeating the Catholic Church for supposedly thwarting the fight against AIDS in the ...
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MSNBC Hosts in Awe of Obama's Africa Trip Making Ailing Mandela Smile

On Tuesday, successive MSNBC hosts used the failing health of former South African president Nelson Mandela to promote President Obama's upcoming trip to Africa. Daily Rundown host Chuck Todd ...
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NYT's East Africa Reporter Works in Bizarre Shot at Israel's Alleged Exploitation of Holocaust Guilt

What? The Times' East Africa bureau chief Jeffrey Gettleman: "Again, like Israel, Rwanda has succeeded in leveraging the guilt that other countries feel for not intervening in its genocide -- in ...
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ABC Hyped Bill Clinton's Work to 'Save a Continent,' But Skipped George W. Bush in Africa

When Bill Clinton went to Africa in 2007 to fight AIDS, ABC hyped his important work "to save a continent." Diane Sawyer interviewed the ex-President and Kate Snow followed him to Africa. ...

ABC and NBC Starstruck by 'Patented Michelle (Obama) Power'

ABC and NBC have delivered fawning coverage of First Lady Michelle Obama's visit this week to South Africa and Botswana, oozing over the "celebrity" and "excitement" of the "patented Michelle ...

'World News' Shows How Environmental Regulations Backfire

ABC segment on what happens to U.S. post-consumer electronic waste shows problem of unintended consequences.

Audacity of the Pope

Media lambastes Benedict XVI for sticking to Church doctrine and committing condom heresy.

No Restraint Necessary

An NBC report attacks Pope Benedict for daring to suggest that condoms are not the end-all and be-all to AIDS prevention.

Celia Dugger's One-Woman Mugabe Lobby

Zimbabwe's Marxist dictator Robert Mugabe has been called a "liberation hero" nine times by reporter Celia Dugger. She's never called him a "dictator."

Avoiding Atrocity: Times Leaves off Dragging of Troops in Somalia

Whyever would the U.S. have "turned its back on Somalia" in 1993? Jeffrey Gettleman leaves off one reason: The dragging of U.S. soldiers through the streets.
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