4/10/2013 2:35 PM ET
The Times hypes prospects for Obama's gun control: "...eking out the first 60 votes would represent momentum for the
bill’s supporters in the Senate, and an egg-on-the-face moment for those
4/10/2013 12:35 PM ET
The journalists at Good Morning America on Wednesday could barely contain themselves, hailing the compromise over gun control legislation as a "major," "big, significant breakthrough." Guest host ...
4/10/2013 9:58 AM ET
and CBS ignore states using sales tax to infringe on Second Amendment rights.
4/10/2013 9:26 AM ET
Although CNN's Carol Costello praised Sen. Rand Paul's "champ" filibuster to get information on drone use from the White House, she was in disbelief on Tuesday that
Republicans are promising to ...
4/9/2013 1:00 PM ET
All three network newscasts on Monday and the morning shows on Tuesday promoted Barack Obama's "urgent plea" for gun control. These programs pushed the emotional angles, focusing on the Newtown ...
4/8/2013 3:01 PM ET
Times columnist Frank Bruni goes hunting for the first time and did not wholly approve: "This
country of ours makes it astonishingly easy for people to arm
themselves and take aim. Is it any ...
4/5/2013 7:31 PM ET
When CNN's Piers Morgan accused the NRA of fighting the American people
on his Thursday show, GOP strategist Kelly Conway retorted that public
favor for gun control has waned despite the best ...
4/5/2013 7:21 PM ET
Host Jake Tapper was the only CNN reporter or anchor to cover President Obama's blunder that the gun used in
the Sandy Hook shooting was an automatic weapon, and not semi-automatic. Meanwhile, ...
4/2/2013 1:23 PM ET
Ugh. Jennifer Steinhauer on the Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid: "Mr. Reid remains an enigma of sorts in Washington, a quiet force whose
voice is often barely audible, who skips Sunday talk ...
3/28/2013 4:35 PM ET
Nightline co-anchor Terry Moran on Sunday lashed out at the "paranoid," Orwellian theories of gun owners who fear what Barack Obama will do to the Second Amendment. Moran appeared with Republican ...