9/21/2012 12:59 PM ET
Again the Times focused on the political damage fostered by
Mitt Romney's (accurate) statement at a fundraiser that 47 percent of
Americans do not pay income taxes, yet buried
9/21/2012 11:23 AM ET
Former New York Times reporter turned editor David Firestone says the stimulus actually worked and you would think so too if not for those meddling Republicans: "Republicans learned a lesson from ...
9/21/2012 11:17 AM ET
Since a blurry and mysteriously edited tape of Mitt Romney answering a campaign strategy question at a fundraiser back in May was released on Monday, the liberal media have used it to declare his ...
9/21/2012 7:04 AM ET
In all the Big Three networks this week devoted about 88 minutes to the
Romney tape compared to just six and a half minutes on the Obama "redistribution" clip --
a 13 to 1 ratio.
9/20/2012 5:48 PM ET
NBC's Matt Lauer pronounced the previous week a "bad week" for the
Romney campaign and cited squishy Republicans to help make his point on
Thursday's Today show. Lauer wouldn't even let Romney ...
9/20/2012 4:43 PM ET
Thursday's CBS This Morning was practically ready to sound the death knell for Mitt Romney's campaign, with John Dickerson playing up "the real sense of fear" among anonymous Republican sources ...
9/20/2012 4:19 PM ET
The same networks that have been hyping secret video of Mitt Romney
talking about who pays taxes, hyperventilating about the Republican's
"seismic" bombshell," have, thus far, completely ...
9/20/2012 12:33 PM ET
Richard Oppel Jr., refusing to concede anything to Mitt Romney, fiercely defends Obama and, using a liberal trope, laments the alleged redistribution of income to the "very rich": "What
9/20/2012 1:06 AM ET
Mitt Romney on Wednesday put into play newly uncovered video of Barack
Obama in 1998 advocating redistribution of wealth, but of the broadcast
network evening newscasts, only the NBC Nightly ...
9/19/2012 6:56 PM ET
More than an hour into the program, Wednesday's CBS This Morning finally acknowledged that "this race is not over for Mitt Romney," based on the network's own polling. Norah O'Donnell noted that ...