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Dowd Unleashed: Supreme Court 'Run By Hacks," Stole Election for Bush

Times columnist Maureen Dowd is not happy with the Supreme Court's hostility toward Obama-care: "It is run by hacks dressed up in black robes." She also accuses the court of stealing the ...

NYT Front-Page Fret: 'Health Law At Risk;' Quotes Tilted 9-1 in Favor of Unpopular ObamaCare

New York Times reporters Reed Abelson and Katie Thomas feared for the consequences of a world without Obama-care on Saturday's front page: "A Health Law At Risk Gives Insurers Pause." The ...

NYT Front-Page Fret: 'Health Law At Risk;' Quotes Tilted 9-1 in Favor of Unpopular Obama-Care

Reed Abelson and Katie Thomas tilt the soundbites 9-1 in favor of Obama-care supporters: "Abandoning the efforts and billions of dollars invested since the law was passed in 2010 would result ...
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ObamaCare Unconstitutional? That's Crazy Talk!

Journalists scoff at the idea that the Supreme Court might find ObamaCare violates the Constitution, saying it's a "really weak" argument limited to only a "really hardcore" minority in the legal ...
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Nothing to See Here: ABC Totally Skips Any Mention of Obamacare's Bad Day in Court

The Obama administration suffered another bad day in the Supreme Court, Wednesday, leading many to wonder if all of the President's health care law will be entirely scrapped. ABC's Good ...
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Network Morning Shows Greet Trouble for 'Historic' ObamaCare with Scant Coverage

Barack Obama's health care law ran into a legal buzz saw at the Supreme Court, Tuesday. So, how did the network morning shows on Wednesday cover the "historic" case? They mostly ignored it. ...

As ObamaCare Hits Supreme Court, New York Times Buries Unfavorable Poll Findings on A-17

There were strange priorities afoot in Tuesday's New York Times, which led with a poll story on falling support for the war in Afghanistan. Yet the paper buried a story from the same poll ...
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WashPost Defends ObamaCare's Constitutionality; But In 1995, Paper Cautioned Congress to 'Demonstrate Some Modesty' On Commerce Clause

It was as predictable as the sun rising in the east, but today the Washington Post defended as constitutional ObamaCare's individual mandate. The mandate is defended by the administration ...
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Coburn Brushes Off Charlie Rose's Citation of Pseudo-Conservative Brooks

Charlie Rose boosted New York Times's staff "conservative" David Brooks for his endorsement of the individual mandate on Tuesday's CBS This Morning, but Senator Tom Coburn was having none of it. ...
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CNN's Reversal: ObamaCare Goes from 8-1 Supreme Court Winner to Legal 'Train Wreck'

CNN's legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin dialed back his wild judicial predictions, Tuesday. The same man who only last week predicted an eight-to-one victory for Obamacare in the Supreme Court, now ...
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