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In WSJ Limbaugh Blasts 'Contempt in News Business for Conservatives,' It 'Reflects Blind Hatred'

The Wall Street Journal featured an op-ed from Rush Limbaugh in which he outlined how "this spectacle is bigger" than left-wingers trying to keep him out of the NFL: "There is a contempt in the ...

USA Today Columnist: Limbaugh Makes 'People More Comfortable with Their Prejudices'

Add USA Today to the list of media outlets smearing Rush Limbaugh as a racist to support their opposition to Limbaugh becoming an NFL team owner. In a column featured in Monday's Sports section, ...

Even Before Nobel, CBS Awed By Obama - for Blocking Basketball Shot

Hours before the Nobel committee awarded its "Peace Prize" to Barack Obama, the CBS Evening News found another "achievement" to tout: A White House-released photo of Obama blocking a basketball ...

Paul Begala Returns to Bashing Rush Limbaugh With Drug Reference

Democratic strategist Paul Begala can be relied upon to use the "drug card" against Rush Limbaugh and he was true to form on Tuesday's Situation Room. When CNN's Wolf Blitzer asked what it would ...

Shocked TV Journalists Absolve Obama, Insist IOC Rebuke Won't Hurt President

The broadcast evening networks all led Friday night not with the jump in the unemployment rate to 9.8%, but with the International Olympic Committee's (IOC) rejection of Chicago's bid, stories ...

Couric Champions Obama-Obama-Oprah Olympic Quest 'Dream Team'

With First Lady Michelle Obama and Oprah Winfrey now in Copenhagen, CBS anchor Katie Couric on Wednesday night declared "the 'Dream Team' pushing Chicago's bid for the 2016 Olympic summer games is ...

Nets Tout Olympics 'Super-Fan' Obama's 'Swifter, Higher, Stronger' Effort to Land 2016 Games

President Barack Obama's last-minute decision to fly Thursday to Copenhagen to pitch Chicago's bid for the 2016 summer Olympic games excited broadcast network journalists Monday night. "The ...

Michael Vick's Dogfights: No Worse Than Hunting?

Sports columnist William Rhoden brings in Jesse Jackson to argue the case that former NFL QB Michael Vick should return to the game this year, and wondered whether what Vick did with dogs was any ...

Ignoring Title IX's Impact on Men's College Sports

A Times story on budget-cutting in university sports leaves out a major factor: The impact of the federal law Title IX, which has caused colleges to drop minor men's sports in the name of ...

Sportswriter William Rhoden Links Brett Favre, Job Loss

Throwing a flag on a liberal sports columnist's line about Brett Favre's on-again, off-again retirement plans: "In a fragile economy in which jobs are being lost, there is a poignancy in watching ...
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