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NYT's Liptak Sees Furious, 'Bitter,' Angry Conservatives After ObamaCare

The New York Times Supreme Court reporter dumps synonyms for anger into his story on conservatve reaction to Chief Justice John Roberts' shocking ObamaCare ruling: Fury, bitterness, anger, ...
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After ObamaCare Win, NYT's Landler Praises Obama for Expanding 'Safety Net,' 'Dispatching Osama,' and All Things Good

New York Times reporter Mark Landler: "What the Supreme Court’s decision does do is preserve Mr. Obama’s status as the president who did more to expand the nation’s safety net than any since ...
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Was Justice Roberts 'Squeezed' By Liberal Media Into Supporting ObamaCare?

Former Times SCOTUS reporter Linda Greenhouse sees validity to complaints about the liberal media trying to influence Justice John Roberts: "Around Memorial Day, a number of conservative ...
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After ObamaCare Win, NYT's Landler Praises Obama for Expanding 'Safety Net,' 'Dispatching Osama,' and All Things Good

New York Times reporter Mark Landler: "What the Supreme Court’s decision does do is preserve Mr. Obama’s status as the president who did more to expand the nation’s safety net than any since ...
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Conservative Arguments Against ObamaCare 'Misguided, if not Frivolous,' Suggests NYT's Court Reporter

Supreme Court reporter Adam Liptak finds "frivolous" the idea that the federal government can't make you pay for things you don't want: "Five justices accepted the argument that had been at the ...
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NBC: Chief Justice Had 'Nixon-to-China Alignment' with Court Liberals

On Friday's NBC Today, co-host Savannah Guthrie touted Chief Justice John Roberts joining the Supreme Court majority in upholding ObamaCare as an "almost Nixon-to-China alignment with liberals on ...
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Justice Scalia 'Went Too Far' Talking Immigration, But Ginsburg's Liberal Rants Were Welcomed by NYTimes

New York Times reporter Ethan Bronner says conservative, "politically incorrect" Justice Antonin Scalia "went too far" after criticizing President Obama’s decision not to deport many illegal ...
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Sudden Respect for John Roberts: 'The Man of the Hour' Who 'Might Have Saved' the Supreme Court

Chief Justice John Roberts may have angered conservatives with his decisive vote in favor of ObamaCare, but he was, in CBS anchor Scott Pelley’s words, the “man of the hour” on all three network ...
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Media Gush Over Chief Justice 'On the Side of History' With 'Clever Lawyering'

During NBC's noon et hour special coverage of the ObamaCare Supreme Court ruling, Nightly News anchor Brian Williams declared that Chief Justice John Roberts sided with liberals on the Court ...
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NYT Partner Ben Smith: Conservatives Complaining Over Obama-Care on Twitter 'Totally Insane,' 'Not Very Bright'

Ben Smith, who is partnering with the Times for campaign coverage, mocked the reaction of individual conservatives on Twitter to the Supreme Court's ruling on Obama-Care: "I mean, shockingly, ...
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