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Obama Refuses to Answer Question of CBS Reporter After Signing 'Press Freedom Act'

On Monday, President Obama signed into law the "Press Freedom Act," but refused to answer a question from CBS White House correspondent Chip Reid at the conclusion of the signing ceremony. While ...

An Incurious Media or a Four-Leaf-Clover President

Obama is lucky journalists don't want to make him look bad.

The 5 Craziest Attacks on Tea Parties

From Homophobic Slurs to Nazis, left and media love to hate.

Selective Outrage, Bogus Claims of Violence Used Against Tea Parties

Media, liberals try to shut down opposition with outlandish attacks.

The Media Have Voted: Health Care Reform Passes

Forget democracy, journalists have thrown their weight behind the president on nationalized health care since the beginning.
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Exhibit 2-22: News Media Both Too Liberal and Too Powerful

The results of a survey of 1,000 likely voters conducted October 22-23, 2009 by Rasmussen Reports suggest most voters believe media bias skews government policy to the left.
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Exhibit 2-21: Trust and Satisfaction with the National Media (2009)

The Sacred Heart University Polling Institute released its 2009 survey on "Trust and Satisfaction with the National News Media."
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Exhibit 2-20: Confidence In Media Hits New Low

In September 2009, the Pew Research Center for the People and the Press updated its series on the public's view of the press, a set of reports that began in 1985.
Media Research Center

Exhibit 2-19: Pew Study Finds Media Credibility Plummets

A major biennial news consumption survey from the Pew Research Center for the People and the Press released on August 17, 2008 found that "virtually every news organization or program has seen its ...
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Exhibit 2-17: Rasmussen Reports on Campaign 2008 Bias

Because the news media's role was so central to the 2008 presidential campaign, Rasmussen Reports posed several questions on public perceptions of the media throughout the campaign.
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