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We Asked Same-Sex ‘Marriage’ Supporters: How Do the Media Treat You?

SCOTUS protestors give mixed messages about the media.
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Wrong: Chuck Todd Claims Overturning Roe V. Wade Makes Abortion 'Illegal'

While badgering Mike Huckabee on Sunday, Meet the Press anchor Chuck Todd inaccurately claimed that overturning Roe V. Wade would make abortion "illegal." The NBC journalist ...
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Networks Celebrate Gay Marriage Decision With Kiss-Cam Images

 Eight gay kisses, at least 20 gay wedding photos, just one conservative interview.
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ABC's GMA Yawns at Hobby Lobby Ruling; Spotlights 'Running of the Interns'

NBC and ABC omitted covering the Supreme Court's final two rulings from their Tuesday morning newscasts, despite the fact that the decisions came down after their Monday episodes aired. Only CBS ...
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MRC's Brent Bozell Reacts to Hobby Lobby Decision

On June 30, Media Research Center President Brent Bozell released the following statement in reaction to the Supreme Court's 5-4 decision in the Hobby Lobby case.
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CNN Plays Up 'Tough Year' for Obama White House in Wake of Supreme Court Rulings

On Monday's This Hour, CNN's John Berman underlined that the Supreme Court's ruling against the Obama administration's contraceptive mandate was "another setback to the administration, in what has ...
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Networks: Abortion Clinic Buffer Zones Protect Women from 'Violent' and 'Offensive' Pro-Life Protests

Despite Thursday's unanimous Supreme Court ruling that so-called "buffer zones" banning pro-life protests near abortion clinics was a violation of the First Amendment, all three network ...
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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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NBC, ABC Ignore Supreme Court Ruling Giving EPA Broad Power to Regulate Air Pollution

On Tuesday April 29, the Supreme Court ruled in a 6-2 decision that the Environmental Protection Agency has the authority to regulate air pollution from power plants that cross state lines yet NBC ...
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