Appearance Alert!
MRC's Brent Bozell on FNC's Hannity, 10:40pm ET/PT Wednesday

Deficit

Media Research Center

The Censorship Election

An MRC review of the ABC, CBS and NBC broadcast evening news coverage from January 1 through Election Day found that while the networks gave intensive coverage to inconsequential mistakes ...
Media Research Center

New York Times' Puff Piece Highlights 'Deficit Lover With a Following'

How does a multi-millionaire plutocrat earn good press from the New York Times? Apparently, espousing some of the far-Left's most radical economic theories is a good start. Friday morning's paper ...
Media Research Center

NYT's Peters Hits 'Waste of Time' Obama-Care Repeal Votes and GOP's 'Myopic Focus' on Deficits

Times reporter Jeremy Peters is not pleased with the House Republican votes to repeal Obama care, dismissing them as a waste of time and a mere "Republican rite of passage," and in a time of $16 ...
Media Research Center

ABC's Stephanopoulos Hypes 'Net Benefit for the Treasury From Gay Marriage'

On Thursday, George Stephanopoulos touted how legalizing same-sex "marriage" would supposedly bring in additional revenue into the federal government's coffers. The former Clinton administration ...
Media Research Center

Seven Millionaire Journalists who Cheer For Higher Taxes

100 years after the income tax liberal anchors still support tax increases.
Media Research Center

Newsflu

Media Research Center

CNN's 'Objective' Ali Velshi Anything But While Hammering Republicans Over Fiscal Cliff

CNN reporter Ali Velshi thrashed Republicans and conservatives during last week's fiscal cliff negotiations. In what became a tired liberal rant, Velshi paddled House Republicans for not ...
Media Research Center

Fiscal Cliff Deal’s $4 Trillion Price Tag Ignored by 5 out of 6 Shows

On day of the deal only one of the network morning and evening shows mentioned the hefty cost of the deal because of the lack of spending cuts.
Media Research Center

CBS Fails to Note How Much Harry Reid's Plan Would Actually Cut from the Deficit

On Wednesday's CBS This Morning, national correspondent Chip Reid glossed over proposals in Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid's fiscal cliff plan that would add to the deficit. "The bill would ...
Media Research Center

Upside Down Economics

Despite much better economy, networks blamed President Bush more than President Obama for financial troubles.  
Syndicate content