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Chris Matthews Slams Obama's 'Disastrous' Syria Plan: 'We'll Be Killing Poor People'

Chris Matthews channeled his inner-Helen Thomas on Tuesday, railing against Barack Obama's "disastrous" plan for military action against Syria. The Hardball host mocked the proposed goal of ...
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The Vanishing 'Anti-War' Left

Thousands of "anti-war" protesters used to march in the streets against George W. Bush. Where are they now, with a Democrat in the White House?
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Days Before 9/11 Anniversary, 94% of Stories Don’t Mention Al Qaeda In Syria

ABC, CBS and NBC largely ignore terrorists among anti-Assad forces.
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Flashback: ABC's Diane Sawyer Dished With Assad Over His Love of Shania Twain and Ipods

While covering Bashar al-Assad on Tuesday, Martha Raddatz described the Syrian dictator as "looking poised and immaculately dressed." This light-hearted description is reminiscent of some of the ...
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NBC's Mitchell: Trust Obama, He's Going to Bomb Syria 'From A Very Cautious Anti-War Perspective'

On her Friday MSNBC program, host Andrea Mitchell tried to ease the concerns of Democratic Congresswoman Barbara Lee and other members of Congress calling for a congressional vote on military ...
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Following Syria's Devastating Chemical Weapons Attack, Will Media Remember Hillary's Touting of 'Reformer' Assad?

Even though it's August of 2013, Hillary Clinton's possible 2016 presidential bid has already been heavily hyped by journalists. Yet, it seems that these same reporters aren't interested in ...
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Chemical Weapons Attack in Syria Violates Obama's 'Red Line'; NBC, ABC Yawn

A chemical attack in Syria that may have killed as many as 1300 people was of little interest to ABC's Good Morning America on Wednesday. The network morning show allowed a mere 25 seconds to the ...
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Cynthia McFadden Lectures Clinton on Running for President: Don't You Have an 'Obligation?

As if comparing Hillary Clinton to Thomas Jefferson wasn't hyperbolic enough, ABC's Cynthia McFadden on Wednesday practically begged the Secretary of State to run for president. The Nightline ...
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