2/24/2012 8:12 AM ET
New York Times columnist Charles Blow critcized allegedly anti-gay Twitter posts by CNN commentator Roland Martin, claiming “Twitter claims another casualty.” Apparently Blow learned nothing. ...
2/23/2012 6:15 PM ET
While she grilled Rick Santorum's press secretary over his debate
performance, CNN host Soledad O'Brien asked an Obama aide nothing even
approaching a critical question on Thursday's Starting ...
2/22/2012 5:28 PM ET
On Wednesday's NBC Today, correspondent Peter Alexander noted how the
Republican primary "has increasingly become laced with references to
religion" and predicted that in the upcoming GOP ...
2/22/2012 1:49 PM ET
According to Good Morning America's George
Stephanopoulos, an increase in unemployment from 7.8 percent to 8.3
percent is a recovery. The ABC co-host pressed Chris Christie to agree
2/17/2012 4:45 PM ET
In anticipation of Michigan's GOP primary the liberal media have been
playing up Barack Obama as the savior of Detroit and turning Mitt Romney
into its villain. Even though the auto bailout ...
2/17/2012 1:12 AM ET
According to CNN's Soledad O'Brien, the auto bailout led to a "pretty
incredible resurgence" in the American auto industry. She grilled
Congressman Mike Rogers (R-Mich.) on Thursday morning over ...
2/16/2012 6:24 PM ET
Leading off Wednesday's NBC Nightly News, anchor Brian Williams spun
hard for the Obama administration as he distorted Mitt Romney's
opposition to the government bailout of the auto industry: ...
2/16/2012 12:27 PM ET
On Thursday's NBC Today, chief medical editor Nancy Snyderman scolded
Rick Santorum for a recent humorous campaign ad that depicted Mitt
Romney firing a mud-filled paint ball gun at a ...
2/15/2012 9:36 PM ET
Previewing the Michigan primary, ABC’s David Muir found three Chrysler workers to boast of how the Obama administration’s auto bailout “worked” and “it would have been devastating” if Mitt Romney ...
2/15/2012 6:56 PM ET
CNN gave a measly eleven seconds
of coverage to the 2011 March for Life, attended by an estimated
100,000 people, but they saw fit to give more time on Wednesday to a
"Dogs Against Romney" ...