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WashPost Editorial Board Tears Into Obama’s Move on Cuba; ‘an Undeserved Bailout’

In the lead editorial for Thursday’s paper, the Washington Post blasted President Barack Obama’s decision to move toward normalized relations with the communist regime in Cuba as “naive” in ...
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25 Years After the Berlin Wall, How the News Media Covered Communism

Looking back at journalism’s track record on communism, one finds a press that was too willing to act as a mouthpiece for the world’s worst dictatorships, and too accepting of the perverse claim ...
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CBS Spotlights China's Underground Catholics as Pope Visits S. Korea; ABC, NBC Hype Francis's Car

Thursday's CBS This Morning stood out for zeroing in on the plight of Catholics in China, as it covered Pope Francis's trip to South Korea. Seth Doane noted the Pope's overflight of the communist ...
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NBC Glorifies Russia's Soviet Past as 'One of Modern History's Pivotal Experiments'

NBC whitewashed Russia's communist legacy in the lead segment of its Friday broadcast of the opening ceremonies of the Winter Olympics in Sochi. Game of Thrones actor Peter Dinklage narrated the ...
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Pete Seeger, Still 'America's Best-Loved Commie'

Journalists ignore the mental clash between Obama honoring military heroes and Pete "America's Conscience" Seeger trashing soldiers as idiots.
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HuffPo Live Celebrates OWS on Two-Year Anniversary

Interviews reveal occupiers’ extremism that was often ignored by news media.
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South Korean Led by 'Strongman' and 'Steely Conservative,' But North Korean Dictator Just a 'Young New Leader'

Soft labeling of Communist dictators has been a historical problem for the New York Times. Mark Landler and David Sanger described the late South Korea president Park Chung-Hee as a ...
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Hugo Chavez Loved Baseball and the South Bronx, NY Times Gushes

Propaganda for the late left-wing strongman of Venezuela Hugo Chavez keeps popping up in strange places in the New York Times. Reporter Frances Robles took a trip down leftist memory lane with ...
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Another Strange Communism Headline from NYTimes: 'Summoning Halcyon Days of Failed Ideals' in East Germany

Dictatorship and double standards invade the New York Times once again. Check the headline over Dennis Lim's Sunday Arts & Leisure profileof the director of "Barbara," set in Communist ...
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Another Strange Communism Headline from the NYTimes: 'Summoning Halcyon Days Of Failed Ideals' in East Germany

Dictatorship and double standards invade the New York Times once again. The Times also ran this jaw-dropping headline over a 2008 book review: "East Germany Had Its Charms, Crushed by ...
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