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Network News: Cop Misdeeds Get 5x Airtime vs. ISIS Terror

In the month of April, allegations of police misconduct accounted for one out of every seven minutes of broadcast evening news airtime, or 3 hours, 43 minutes. That's three times more airtime than ...
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Morgan Freeman: Police Showed Baltimore ‘Terrorism’

Actor supports Baltimore rioters.
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Excusing the Rioters: How the Media Have Shifted the Blame in Baltimore

The Baltimore riots surrounding the death of Freddie Gray became a moment for liberal reporters and commentators to take the blame off those who destroyed cars, looted businesses, burned a ...
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ABC’s Scandal Reimagines Ferguson With Guilty, Racist White Cop

Fiction does not mirror reality, but that never stopped entertainment media.
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MSNBC's Chris Hayes: NYC Mayor de Blasio’s Been Subject to ‘Brutal Attacks’ by NY Police Union

During his MSNBC show All In on Monday, Chris Hayes put up his best defense of far-left New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio against criticism from NYPD officers and their union, lamenting that de ...
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Blue Christmas: Five Videos of Cops Brightening the Season

These remarkable police departments know how to celebrate Christmas and serve.
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CBS’s Pelley to NYPD Commissioner: ‘What Does a Black Man in NYC Have to Fear from the NYPD?’

During an appearance on Thursday’s CBS Evening News with Scott Pelley, New York City Police Department (NYPD) Commissioner Bill Bratton was asked by anchor Scott Pelley if African-American men had ...
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Andrea Mitchell Allows Ferguson Protester to Bash Police Unchallenged

On her 12 p.m. ET hour MSNBC show on Tuesday, host Andrea Mitchell invited on Ferguson protester Rasheen Aldridge, whom she praised for having "made such an impact" and getting the attention of ...
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NFL’s Watt: Cops, Firemen Never Get ‘Enough Thanks’

Forget the Rams stunt, this Texan does credit to pro football.
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No Charges in Ferguson = Grand Jury 'Failure,' While Time Asks, 'Is Rioting So Wrong?'

When the grand jury in Ferguson, Missouri, chooses not to indict police officer Darren Wilson, NBC's Brian Williams twice dubs that act "a failure," while after rioters burn buildings in Ferguson, ...
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