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Toobin Calls Clarence Thomas ‘Disgraceful,’ CNN’s Wolf Blitzer Hails ‘Excellent Article’

CNN anchor Wolf Blitzer brought Jeffrey Toobin aboard Monday’s The Situation Room to expound on his New Yorker magazine blog, “Clarence Thomas’s Disgraceful Silence,” posted on Friday. After ...
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Piers Morgan Freaks Out Over Bush v. Gore, 'Possible Corrupting' of 'American Presidential System'

Liberal CNN host Piers Morgan thinks the Constitution "gave women no rights," and he freaked out about Bush v. Gore during a Wednesday night interview with Justice Antonin Scalia on CNN. 

Obama's Rejection of DOMA Brings Usual Labeling Slant: 'Conservatives' vs. 'Advocates'

The paper greeted the news the Obama administration had decided the Defense of Marriage Act unconstitutional with big lead-story play and predictable labeling imbalance, presenting supporters of ...

Nets Use Ginni Thomas' Apology Request to Scold Her Conservative Political Efforts

In broadcast network stories on how Ginni Thomas left a phone message for Anita Hill, the network journalists couldn't resist scolding her for her conservative political activity. "Ginni Thomas ...

ABC's Moran Giddy Over Kagan: 'Ready,' 'Confident,' 'Fluent' and Has 'Some Real Pop on Her Fastball'

ABC's Terry Moran trumpeted new Justice Elena Kagan: "The one word that leapt to my mind was 'ready,'" touting how "she was confident and well prepared and fluent and probing" and, at one moment, ...

Brian Williams Relitigates Bush v Gore, Pushes Breyer to Elaborate on Irreparable Harm

On Monday, NBC anchor Brian Williams brought viewers back to the Left's ten-year-old grudge, cuing up Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer to agree: "Do you think Bush v Gore hurt the credibility ...

Reader Scolds Washington Post: There Are No 'Liberals' on the Supreme Court

Crazies on the left allow journalists to see themselves as under siege from both sides of the spectrum, and thus must be playing it down the middle. To wit: Saturday's Washington Post carried a ...

USA Today Frets Obama Unable to 'Infuse Courts with Women and Minorities' - ie Liberals

The "deeply polarized confirmation process in the Senate" has "undercut Obama's effort to significantly infuse the federal courts with more women and minorities," USA Today's Joan Biskupic fretted ...

USA Today Frets Obama Unable to 'Infuse Courts with Women and Minorities' ' ie Liberals

The "deeply polarized confirmation process in the Senate" has "undercut Obama's effort to significantly infuse the federal courts with more women and minorities," USA Today's Joan Biskupic fretted ...

Sotomayor Flashback #3 of 3: Cloaked as 'Both Sides,' Nets Pushed 'Abortion Rights' Advocates' Concerns

NBC and ABC on Thursday night framed stories around concerns of "abortion rights" advocates who want proof Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor is on their side, but both cloaked their pieces ...
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