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CNN's Rick Sanchez Goes After 'Cheap Shot' From NewsBusters

CNN's Rick Sanchez named MRC news analyst Matthew Balan and NewsBusters to "the very top" of his daily 'List That U Don't Want 2 Be On' on his Rick's List show on Monday. Sanchez criticized Balan ...

Network Anchor: "I Never Engage in Opinions," But...

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CNN to Advertisers: We're the Only 'Non-Partisan' Cable Network

Stuart Elliott of the New York Times's Media Decoder blog reported on Tuesday that CNN, a network known for its consistent liberal bias, is now incredibly touting itself as "the only credible, ...

Media: Confederate History Month Proof of Conservative Racism

MSNBC and CNN fan accusatory flames

Media Omits 'Outspoken' Priest's Liberal Dissension From Catholic Church

On Monday evening and Tuesday, ABC, CBS, and CNN all highlighted a Catholic priest's call for Pope Benedict XVI's resignation due to his alleged mishandling of the Church sex abuse scandal, ...

Representation Without Taxation: Little Media Notice for How Nearly Half Pay No Income Tax

An AP dispatch, "Nearly half of US households escape fed income tax," has drawn little attention on television news beyond a morning segment on CNN and some commentary on FNC where Neil Cavuto ...

Another Left-Wing Attack on CNN: Group Demands Network Not Air 'I.O.U.S.A.: Solutions'

Campaign for America's Future concerned cable news channel is 'fanning the flames of deficit hysteria.'

CNN's Toobin: Obama Not A 'Liberal Firebrand;' Heller Decision 'Activist'

On Friday's Newsroom, CNN's Jeffrey Toobin again used slanted labeling about the Supreme Court, shortly after Justice John Paul Stevens announced his retirement. Toobin stated that President ...

Homosexual Activist Group Calls Out CNN for 'Unacceptable' Segment on Gay Issues

GLAAD apparently forgot about other times that the news network allowed its bias to shine through reports.

CNN: Got Student Debt? Give Yourself to AmeriCorps or the Peace Corps

Network's Elam enthuses over government schemes that steer students away from the private sector.
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