Terrorism

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Al Gore, Super-Rich Sellout

The same networks that have bowed before the beneficent "Goracle" had little or nothing to say when he sold all his principles to al-Jazeera, al-Qaeda's video jukebox.
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Networks Ignore CIA Nominee Brennan 'Let the President Down' During Christmas Day Bombing Attempt

Exactly three years ago, on January 7, 2010, during a press conference regarding the 2009 attempted bombing of an airliner over Detroit on Christmas Day, White House counterterrorism ...
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Al’s Jazeera: Gore Sells Current to Network with ‘Aligned’ Views?

Are Current TV and Al Jazeera birds of a feather?
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New York Times' Shane Calls Waterboarding 'Torture' on Front Page While Chiding 'Zero Dark Thirty''s Portrayal

New York Times intelligence reporter Scott Shane made the front page with a quasi-review of "Zero Dark Thirty," the critically acclaimed new release about the bin Laden raid that suggests ...
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NYTimes' Shane Laments How 'Four Pallid Sentences' Root of GOP Attacks on Rice Handling of Benghazi

Times intelligence reporter Scott Shane sounds unhappy with GOP criticism of UN ambassador Susan Rice's false statements about the terrorist attacks in Benghazi, arguging that "...the four pallid ...
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New York Times Columnists Battle Over Susan Rice and Benghazi

Thomas Friedman dismissed the controversy over Susan Rice's false Benghazi statements as a "flap," but fellow Times columnist Maureen Dowd took them seriously: "Why did Rice say on ABC News’s ...
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NYTimes Blames Jailed Filmmaker for Criticizing Muhammad: 'After Fueling Deadly Protests, No Regret'

The New York Times versus free expression on Monday's front page: "Fuming for two months in a jail cell here, Nakoula Basseley Nakoula has had plenty of time to reconsider the wisdom of making ...
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ABC Relays More Terrorist Spin: 'Gazans Simply Defending Themselves'

On Tuesday's World News, ABC correspondent Alex Marquardt again forwarded terrorist propaganda rationalizing the firing of rockets into Israel as he repeated claims -- which he attributed vaguely ...
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CNBC's Harwood: Benghazi Scandal Being 'Prolonged' Because of Campaign 'Bitterness'

Appearing on Saturday's NBC Today, CNBC chief Washington correspondent John Harwood completely dismissed the scandal surrounding the Benghazi terrorist attack as merely leftover campaign politics: ...
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NYT's Tom Friedman Proclaims 'Libya is Not a Scandal'

Appearing on Sunday's NBC Meet the Press, New York Times foreign affairs columnist Tom Friedman worked to downplay the terrorist attack in Libya: "There are diplomats that go to dangerous ...
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