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CBS's Cordes: 'Increasingly Angry Tone in Politics' May Have Led to 'Culture of Violence'

Reporting on the political fallout of the Tucson shooting on Monday's CBS Early Show, congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes declared: "Now some are questioning whether the increasingly angry ...

Steinhauer: Arizona's 'Chilling' Political Theater May Have Set Stage for Shooting

According to reporter Jennifer Steinhauer, Arizona "found itself increasingly on the defensive against notions that it is a hothouse of hateful language and violent proclivities." She went on to ...

Times Goes to Left-Wing SPLC to Suggest Shooter Had 'Far-Right' Leanings

An unbiased fount of facts? "Some people who study right-wing militia groups and those who align themselves with the so-called Patriot movement said Mr. Loughner's comments on subjects like the ...

Classless Krugman Said Shooting Was Political Before Killer Even Identified

Krugman on Monday: "When you heard the terrible news from Arizona, were you completely surprised? Or were you, at some level, expecting something like this atrocity to happen? Put me in the latter ...

NYT Blames 'Vitriol in Politics,' Palin's Campaign Map for Schizophrenic's Rampage

The Times plays up comments by the local sheriff in Tucson blaming conservative political rhetoric for the shooting of Gabrielle Giffords, and Sarah Palin's 2010 campaign map shares blame: "Ms. ...

Today Show Links Sarah Palin to Giffords Shooting

NBC's Matt Lauer, at the top of Monday's Today show, alerted viewers that Sarah Palin was being drawn into the Gabrielle Giffords shooting as he teased an upcoming Andrea Mitchell story this way: ...

Network Journalists Advance Leftist Wish to Blame Palin (and Tea Party) for Shooting

"The shooter's motivation is still unknown," Katie Couric announced as she anchored Saturday's CBS Evening News, but that didn't deter CBS, nor CNN, NBC and ABC on Saturday night and into Sunday ...

Olbermann Suggests Palin & Other Conservatives 'Slightly Less Madmen' Than Gunman, Apologizes for Past Violent Suggestions

On a special Saturday edition of Countdown, MSNBC host Keith Olbermann delivered a "Special Comment" in which he called for an end to the use of violent imagery by political figures of all ...
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