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‘Gospel of Jesus’ Wife’ Comes Under Suspicion of Forgery, Media Bury

Networks completely ignore new evidence, New York Times hides it.
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The MRC@25: The Worst Media Bias of 2011

Today, the worst bias of 2011: Paul Krugman calls the anniversary of 9/11 “an occasion for shame;” ABC’s Diane Sawyer fawns over the left-wing “Occupy” movement; and Esquire’s Steven Marche ...
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The MRC@25: The Worst Media Bias of 2010

Today, the worst bias of 2010: Journalists attack the Tea Party as Nazi “goons;” Arizona’s attempt to thwart illegal immigration is likened to the Nazi occupation of Denmark; and Katie ...
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The MRC@25: The Worst Media Bias of 2004

The worst bias of 2004: CBS’s Morley Safer eulogizes Ronald Reagan by saying “I don’t think history has any reason to be kind to him;” the New York Times asks George W. Bush if he feels ...
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The MRC@25: The Worst Media Bias of 2003

Today, the worst bias of 2003: The New York Times compares the U.S. bombing of Baghdad to the horror of September 11; Peter Arnett goes on Iraqi state TV to propagandize against the U.S.; and ...
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On 9/11 Anniversary, CBS Promotes Vanity Fair Editor's Blame Bush Tome

Eight weeks before the presidential election, Tuesday's CBS This Morning marked the 11th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks by helping Vanity Fair's Kurt Eichenwald forward his accusation that the ...
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Republicans: Torn Apart In Factions?

Will the liberal media ever stop asserting every Republican convention will be too divisive and exclusionary and drive away women, minorities, and independents?
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Republican VP Short List = Nasty Media Hit List

In just a matter of days, presumptive GOP nominee Mitt Romney will announce his choice for his 2012 running mate. No matter who Romney picks, however, the liberal media's line of attack is ...
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Howard Kurtz: Shouting Reporters a 'Model of Decorum' Compared to Cursing Romney Aide

CNN's media critic Howard Kurtz made the ludicrous assertion that reporters shouting loaded questions outside of a sacred site in Poland were still a "model of decorum" compared to Mitt Romney ...
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John Roberts, “The Man of the Hour,” a “Virtuoso Performance” Worthy of King Solomon

In 24 hours, the media went from trashing John Roberts as an extremist who would be "villainized" throughout history if he voted to overturn ObamaCare, to a "hero" -- "the man of the hour," who ...
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