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While Covering Lies by Hillary and Obama, Couric Smears McCain

CBS 'balances' a story about whoppers told by the Democratic candidates by falsely depicting a McCain policy prediction as a lie.

Networks Spurn Clinton-Obama Spat over Character and Values

Reporters are more concerned about Democratic prospects in November than in telling the American people who Clinton and Obama really are.

Not Just Recession, Clinton Appointee Talking 'Depression'

Former Labor Secretary Reich: 'I Think There's a 20 Percent Chance of a Depression'

Networks Forget Raul Castro's 'Economic Reforms' Include Drug Running

ABC says younger Castro could bring changes to Cuba even though they reported he was 'head of a major cocaine smuggling conspiracy' in 1990s.

Former S.F. Mayor: Obama Will Face 'Pushback' from Supporters

Brown says candidate will find resistance on issues like 'income inequality.'

Mocking Mitt, But Letting Sleeping Bill Lie

"Mitt Romney, whose 1950s manner and celebratory drink of choice call to mind a milkshake man more than a rap singer, gave a shout out Monday that left no doubt that he had spent little time ...

To the Washington Post, Bill Clinton is a Man of Character

The article gives an overall impression of a good man wronged, but still fighting for his valiant, equally wronged wife's name and campaign prospects. It's not that the Clintons lack character, ...

Nossiter Finds More Appeals to Racism Among Republicans

Reporter Adam Nossiter on the GOP: "...appeals to solidarity based on race remain a potent if unspoken force for the party."

9-11 Failures: Blaming Bush's Neo-Cons, Ignoring Clinton's Exaggerations

The Times' lead editorial ignores Clinton's culpability in the pre-9-11 hunt for Osama bin Laden, while blaming Bush's "neo-conservative agenda" for distracting the CIA.

Hillary Sweetens Up the Press

"For the record, The New York Times initially ordered a small vanilla malt - $2.25 - but succumbed to peer pressure after Mrs. Clinton and others joked that vanilla seemed a little, er, vanilla. ...
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