immigration

'American Morning' Says Immigration Status Verification Would Drive Businesses Under

CNN's Jason Carroll promotes illegal immigration and 'reform' arguing that it is necessary for farms, other industry.
Media Research Center

Exhibit 1-17: The News Media and the War, 2005

As part of a larger study of how the views of "opinion leaders" compare with those of the general public, the Pew Research Center for The People and The Press, in collaboration with the Council on ...

Networks Ignore Democrat Defeat of Immigrant ID and Their Push for Coverage of Illegals

News media covered dust-up over Joe Wilson, but not recent developments that support his claim.

NBC Argues for Relaxed Immigration Laws Despite High Unemployment

Tom Brokaw visits Maryland crab picking house, claims only solution to labor shortage is loosening visa rules.

Times Says Tea Parties "More About Group Therapy" and Anger Than Solutions

Liz Robbins dismisses the tea parties as a temper tantrum: "All of these tax day parties seemed less about revolution and more about group therapy" and "offered no solutions," just anger.

The Times Trumpets Unlikely Poster Boy Against Deportation

Seth Mydans fails to warm Times Watch's cold heart with this anecdote about "K.K.", an immigrant deported to his home country: "It was only after he was convicted of armed robbery at 18 that he ...

McCain's Hispanic Appeal "Burdened by Nativist Elements" in GOP

Reporter Larry Rohter uses a National Council of La Raza spokeswoman to bolster his thesis - the same spokeswoman who this year called for a "hate speech" ban on Sean Hannity and Lou Dobbs for ...

Obama Tries to Flush Rush

Obama's bizarre version of Willie Horton is Rush Limbaugh?

Finally! Larry Rohter Criticizes Obama for "Misleading" Immigration Ad

But Rohter doesn't point out the ad's deceptive quotes of Rush Limbaugh used to make the talk show host appear anti-Mexican.

Ignorant Questions to Gov. Bobby Jindal: Converting to Christianity = Rejecting Family Values?

Deborah Solomon to La. Gov. Bobby Jindal: "If the Republican Party bills itself as the party of family values, what should we make of the fact that you rejected the name your parents gave you, ...
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