Newsweek

Howard Fineman Smears Climate Skeptics and Their 'New Ten Commandments'

Former Newsweek editor Howard Fineman appeared on Hardball, Thursday, to attack Rick Perry's climate change skepticism as a "war of the worlds between science and faith." Dismissing anyone who ...

USA Today's Neuharth Slams Newsweek as 'Inaccurate and Unfair Left-Wing Propaganda Machine'

Prompted by Newsweek's Michele Bachmann cover picture choice, USA Today founder Al Neuharth, a pretty consistent liberal, recognized the magazine's political agenda: "Under Tina Brown, it is an ...

Donny Deutsch on NBC's Today: 'Why Can't You Write an Unflattering Biased Article' Against Bachmann?

During a panel discussion about the Michele Bachmann Newsweek cover, left-wing advertising executive Donny Deutsch acknowledged that "It is politically biased," but didn't see any problem with ...

Roland Martin Dismisses Bachmann-Newsweek Outrage: 'Get Real'

Even liberal comedian John Stewart thought Newsweek went too far with its Michele Bachmann cover page, but CNN analyst Roland Martin sees no story here. Martin is blunt with "angry conservatives, ...

Newsweek's Tina Brown Offers No Apology, Doubles Down on 'Crazy' Bachmann Cover

Newsweek editor Tina Brown defended her magazine's controversial cover portraying Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) as the "Queen of Rage" on the August 10 edition of MSNBC's Morning Joe, offering ...

If You Thought Newsweek's Cover Photo of Bachmann Was Bad Wait Until You Read the Story...

When even the ultra-liberal National Organization for Women is attacking Newsweek's cover photo of Michele Bachmann as sexist it's clear that magazine has sunk to a new low, but the Lois Romano ...

Flashback: Newsweek's Adulatory 2008 Obama Cover Portraits

With outrage from right to left over Newsweek's "Queen of Rage" cover story photo of Republican presidential candidate Michele Bachmann in which she looks crazy, or at least empty-headed, a look ...

NBC Gives Most Coverage to Newsweek Cover Controversy, But Uses it to Paint Bachmann as 'Extreme'

While anchor Brian Williams described Newsweek's controversial cover photo of Michelle Bachmann as "clearly a misfire" on Monday's NBC Nightly News, on Tuesday's Today, correspondent Andrea ...

Newsmag Double Standard: Two Cover Stories and 15 Pages vs. 160 Tiny Words

A congressman is caught sending dirty messages to young people. If it's 2006 and the congressman is Republican Mark Foley, Time and Newsweek reacted with massive coverage. But if it's 2011 and the ...

NBC Sympathizes with Disgraced IMF Chief, Promotes Conspiracy Theory He Was 'Set Up'

While reporting on the sexual assault case against International Monetary Fund Chairman Dominique Strauss-Kahn on Tuesday's Today, NBC correspondent Jeff Rossen noted how the would-be Socialist ...
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