8/1/2013 3:13 PM ET
During a panel discussion on Thursday's NBC Today about comments from Pope Francis
on homosexuality, co-host Matt Lauer asked the group of usual liberal
pundits if the Pontiff's remarks were a ...
7/30/2013 5:45 PM ET
Monday's CBS Evening News offered the usual biased coverage of religion, and specifically, the Catholic Church, as it reported on Pope Francis' widely misrepresented remarks on homosexuals. Dean ...
7/30/2013 1:21 PM ET
At the top of Monday's NBC Nightly News, anchor Brian Williams
seized on Pope Francis expressing compassion toward gay people of faith
and framed the comments as a major shift for the Catholic ...
7/17/2013 4:40 PM ET
In an essay for gay and lesbian magazine Advocate,
CNN's openly-gay anchor Don Lemon insisted that the public has accepted
the gay and lesbian lifestyle and anyone who opposes it is a loon. ...
6/27/2013 2:18 PM ET
CNN really showed its bias in reacting to two very different Supreme
Court decisions this week. On Tuesday, the Court struck down a portion
of the 1965 Voting Rights Act; in the hours that ...
5/24/2013 4:05 PM ET
Touting the Boy Scouts' "landmark" and "historic" decision to allow
openly-gay members, CBS, ABC, and NBC gave supporters of the decision
three times as many quotes as their opponents got on ...
5/18/2013 7:53 AM ET
Activists counted 11 cancelled shows that
featured regular gay characters. That bothersome thing called the market: why must it get in the way!
5/4/2013 7:49 AM ET
After NBA journeyman Jason Collins announced "I'm black and I'm gay," can a sports reporter keep his job if he speaks of his Bible-based beliefs?
5/2/2013 3:42 PM ET
During a panel discussion on Thursday's NBC Today, attorney and regular pundit Star Jones compared gay NBA player Jason Collins to a civil rights icon: "I
don't think that, say a Rosa Parks, set ...
5/1/2013 4:36 PM ET
Discussing NBA player Jason Collins coming out as gay, CNN's Anderson Cooper supported the notion that more professional athletes may come out. "The tide of history is moving forward," the ...