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NBC Covers UNC Academic Fraud Scandal, Yet Skipped Academically Fraudulent Democratic Senator

Throughout the entire plagiarism scandal involving Democratic Senator John Walsh (Mont.), the “big three” networks of ABC, CBS, and NBC have combined for only one story in the form of a news brief ...
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2014 Midterms: Nets Yawn at Democratic Gaffes and Scandals, Tout GOP Problems

The 2014 midterms may be building towards a Republican wave, but the elections in 39 days have drawn little interest from the networks. NBC and CBS on Thursday made exceptions, but only to ...
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Networks Avoid Scandal-Plagued Democratic Senator Exiting the Race

During their Thursday evening and Friday morning newscasts, ABC, CBS and NBC all failed to report news that a scandal-plagued Democratic U.S. Senator from Montana dropped his campaign for a full ...
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Flashback: After 2012 NOAA Claim, CBS Warned Glaciers Could Melt in 10 Years

Accepting ‘Hottest Month’ Claim, broadcast networks used it to push global warming alarmism.
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All Three Networks Skip Possible 2016 Dem Candidate's 'Gaydar' Gaffe

All three networks on Wednesday morning skipped a "gaydar" gaffe by a possible 2016 Democratic presidential candidate. Only CBS This Morning covered former Montana Governor Brian Schweitzer's ...

Moderate Montana Democrat Battling a 'Blood-Fest of Extremes,' Like the Tea Party

Kirk Johnson sees hope for "centrists" like Democratic Sen. Jon Tester in Montana: "But other factors, engrained into Montana's political history and geography, could also push the contest more ...

Times Inhales Free-Market Fumes in Defense of Medical Marijuana in Montana

Kirk Johnson's reporting is not known for its sympathy toward business or conservatives. But he made a fine free-market argument in support of a liberal priority in Montana - medical marijuana: ...

ABC Discovers Free Market Cure for Curbing Meth Abuse

'World News' praises billionaire who tackled Montana's drug problem with business sense.

Puzzling Correction Priorities at the Times

The Times gets tough: "The editors would not have published the article if they had been aware of these errors." And just what was this grievous offense?

Montana's Daily-Kos Democrat As A "Prairie Pragmatist"

Timothy Egan: "...the senator-elect from Montana truly is your grandfather's Democrat - a pro-gun, anti-big-business prairie pragmatist whose life is defined by the treeless patch of hard Montana ...
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