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How Network News Has Twisted Obama's War on Religion Into a Conservative War Against Women

It’s been nearly three weeks since President Obama faced a political backlash over his plan to force religious institutions to bow to government bureaucrats when it came to supplying birth ...
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Executive Summary -- Off Camera: Networks Ignore Liberal Hollywood’s Influence in D.C.

In January, the story broke that President Obama’s White House had been the scene of a lavish, star-studded 2009 Halloween party designed by director Tim Burton and including film star Johnny ...
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Bashing "Terrifying" Rick Santorum: "More Like Stalin than Pope Innocent III"

The media slash at Rick Santorum, declaring his social conservatism "terrifying," like "a crazy man talking," with MSNBC's Martin Bashir sneering that Santorum "sounds more like Stalin than Pope ...
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Domestic Oil Well Drilling

Obama to Call for Increased Domestic Oil and Gas, says Journal

Media join president in taking an anti-energy industry stance.

New York Times Columnist Paul Krugman Wins Quote of the Year; Claimed "9/11... Has Become an Occasion for Shame"

New York Times Columnist Paul Krugman Wins Quote of the Year; Shamefully Claimed "9/11... Has Become an Occasion for Shame"
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This Thanksgiving, Media Still Stuffed with Food Police Message

Media outlets maintain tradition with anti-obesity reporting heavy on calls for food regulation, taxation, with a side of shaming the overweight.
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Hey Obama: Gas Up and Go

Media spin high prices and largely ignore warnings of $4.50 a gallon in 2012.
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Media Pump Up Obama Despite High Gas Prices, Hype Dropping Prices

Meanwhile, per gallon prices still 60 cents higher than last year, $1.56 higher than when Obama took office.
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Still Thrilled by Obama

Four years ago, the ABC, CBS and NBC morning shows celebrated the “rock star” Democrats running to replace George W. Bush, and no candidate set journalists’ pulses racing faster than Barack Obama. ...
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