Terrorism

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MSNBC's Hayes: 'We Should Respond to Terrorism' By 'Calmly' Saying 'You Will Lose'

After initially ignoring reports that two Muslim extremists in London savagely murdered a British soldier in broad daylight, MSNBC host Chris Hayes on Friday finally included the story on his All ...
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Networks’ Evening Shows Don’t Name Islam in London Terror Attack

Anchors, reporters tip-toe around attacker's Islamic radicalism.
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After Editor's Lecture, New York Times Still Framing Benghazi Through Partisan Prism

Once again, the New York Times takes the national security scandal over Benghazi and tries to reduce it to a partisan Republican issue: "For months, House Republicans have been pressing Mr. ...
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Hollywood and Post-Boston 'Xenophobia'

A new movie takes on American "Islamophobia." All that matters to Hollywood is that they can parade their moral superiority over those who make them wealthy at the box office. 
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New York Times Runs Full Story on Bizarre Press Conference by Parents of Boston Bombers

The New York Times wrote up a bizarre news conference held by the parents of the Boston Marathon bombers in Dagestan. David Herszenhorn greeted the conspiratorial rants of the bombers' ...
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Benghazi Report Critical of Hillary Buried in Graf 17 of NY Times Story; Wash Post Runs Full Account

A Times storyabout a car-bombing in Libya buried an important new development in the Benghazi scandal: A report from House Republicans accused then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton of ...
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NYT's Ludicrously Liberal Columnists Give It Their Worst in the Sunday Review

Liberal New York Times columnists do what they do best: Thomas Friedman pivots from the Boston bombings to a carbon tax, Maureen Dowd gives mock-worthy "tough guy" advice to Obama, and Frank ...
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MSNBC's Hayes Raises Miranda Rights Issue While Covering Standoff with Boston Bomber

On Friday night, during MSNBC's live coverage of the police standoff with bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, host Chris Hayes seemed to still be worried about the issue of "Mirandizing" the terror ...
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NYT's Ludicrously Liberal Columnists Give It Their Worst in the Sunday Review

Liberal NYT columnists do what they do best: Thomas Friedman pivots from the Boston bombings to a carbon tax, Maureen Dowd gives mock-worthy "tough guy" advice to Obama, and Frank Bruni slams the ...
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NY Times' Boston Coverage Stumbles Over Soft Headlines and Suspect's 'Jumbled' Politics

Doesn't sound very "jumbled" to us. Columnist Charles Blow insisted that Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's "politics seemed jumbled," based on the suspect's Twitter feed: "On Election Day he retweeted a tweet ...
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