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The Media's Public Enemy No. 1: Critics of ObamaCare (Video Compilation)

Since the passage of ObamaCare on March 21, the liberal media have been working hard to crack down on dissidents, painting the tea party movement, talk radio, and Republicans as dangerous radicals ...

Joy Behar to Glenn Beck: 'I Don't Give a [Expletive] About You'

HLN and 'View' host says she doesn't hate Fox News host, but doesn't think highly of him otherwise during Leno appearance.

Jack Cafferty Just Can't Get Over His Anti-Palin Obsession

CNN commentator Jack Cafferty predictably revisited his Palin Derangement Syndrome on Friday's Situation Room, hours after the former Alaska governor made a campaign appearance for Senator John ...

CNN Condemns Threats Against Pro-ObamaCare Reps, 'Death of a President' OK

On Thursday's American Morning, CNN's John Roberts repeatedly decried the "troubling language" against pro-ObamaCare congressman which "violate any sense of common decency." But his own program ...

Sanchez Hints GOP, 'Crazy Talk Show Hosts' to Blame For Violent Threats

CNN's Rick Sanchez repeatedly insinuated on his Rick's List program on Wednesday that Republican leaders and "crazy talk show hosts that are so right wing" were to blame for ten congressman ...

A Tale of Two F-Bombs: WaPo, MSNBC, CNN Bothered By Cheney, Not Biden

Media outlets applied two different standards to vice presidents' slips – Cheney's viewed as a breach of decorum and Biden's as 'excited profanity.'

CNN Recites Party-Line of the Fed's Student-Loan Take-over, Neglects Consequences

The government's direct loan program is already rife with waste and inefficiencies. But CNN viewers wouldn't know it.

CNN's American Morning Leans Toward Supporters of ObamaCare

Monday's American Morning on CNN slanted toward guests who supported ObamaCare versus opponents, by a margin of six to two. The program also devoted three segments specifically to interviewing ...

ObamaCare Opponents 'Probably Can't Spell Communism and Socialism' Says CNN's Roland Martin

Network's political analyst takes cheap shot at critics who claim Democratic health care reform measures are not free-market approaches.
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