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Back to School Lunches: The 7 Worst Defenses of the First Lady’s Lunch Plan

Networks can’t ‘understand’ opposition to lunch changes, defend ‘unlikely gladiator’ Michelle Obama.
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NBC and ABC Ignore Obama Admin. Broke Law With Bergdahl Exchange; CBS Gives It 24 Seconds

After Thursday's network evening newscasts ignored a report from the Government Accountability Office that the exchange of five terrorists from Guantanamo Bay for Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl was ...
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Networks Ignore 'Unpatriotic' Tax Decisions of Obama Donors

President condemns tax ‘inversions,’ yet profits from them politically.
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Nets Cover Unanimous SCOTUS Ruling, Only CBS Notes Obama Admin Defended Warrantless Cell Phone Searches

On Wednesday, a unanimous Supreme Court, in an opinion written by Chief Justice John Roberts, ruled that police may not search the contents of an arrested individual's cell phone without first ...
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Not a smidgeon of corruption ...

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Oh, that Joe Biden!

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NBC Reporter: Google Search Would Have Told White House Bergdahl Was Controversial

Appearing on Wednesday's Andrea Mitchell Reports on MSNBC, NBC Pentagon correspondent Jim Miklaszewski offered a blunt response to the notion that the White House was "taken aback" by the ...
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NBC's Chuck Todd: White House Didn't Expect Critics to 'Swift Boat' Bergdahl

Acting as a stenographer on Wednesday's NBC Today, chief White House correspondent Chuck Todd parroted the Obama administration's new attack against critics of the Bowe Bergdahl prisoner ...
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(Another) Summer of Recovery

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Only NBC's 'Today' Covers 'Embarrassing' and 'Potentially Dangerous Mistake' by White House

On Tuesday, only NBC's Today reported on the White House accidentally leaking the name of the CIA station chief in Kabul, Afghanistan, which correspondent Peter Alexander described as "an ...
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