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Soros Crony Jeffrey Sachs Predictably Politicizes Tragedy

In wake of Sandy Hook shootings, Sachs argues U.S. should ‘adopt gun control laws’ like Australia.
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Oscars Splash In The Sewer

The Oscar-show producers named "Family Guy" creator Seth MacFarlane the host of the Academy Awards. MacFarlane used to be the highest-paid sleazeball in TV. Now he is the King of Hollywood.
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Media Repeatedly Ignores Violent Attacks Against Pro-Lifers

Networks silent on harassment of conservatives, instead devote coverage to Tom Cruise’s divorce.

Editorial Cheerleads for 'Inspiring' OWS, Dismisses Violence as 'Fringe'

"The Occupy Wall Street protest continues to inspire demonstrators across the nation and beyond....Headlines lately have focused on two nights of sporadic violence in Oakland, Calif., marked by ...

Laughs Ahoy for NYT's OWS-Comedy Coverage: Sometimes 'You Need a Little Knife in the Gut'

Corey Kilgannon relays some "jokes" from an Occupy Wall Street comedy night. Imagine the Times' reaction if it had been a Tea Party gathering. "'You need a little knife in the gut once in a ...

Times Almost Ignores Anti-Cop Violence at Occupy Oakland

The Times virtually ignores anti-cop violence at the Occupy Oakland encampment, in favor of a sympathetic story on a veteran injured at the protest: "For supporters of the Occupy Wall Street ...

NBC and ABC Tout Injured Protester as 'Rallying Cry' for Occupy Wall Street

On Thursday's NBC Nightly News, anchor Brian Williams proclaimed: "Protesters across the country and a lot of Americans who are sympathetic to this Occupy Wall Street protest movement are tonight ...
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Networks Won't Admit Occupiers Want 'Socialist' Revolution

Marxism abounds at Wall Street protests, but ABC, CBS and NBC barely mention call for anti-capitalist revolt.

NBC Gives Michael Moore Forum to Slam Fox News and 'AM Hate Radio'

Appearing on Tuesday's NBC Today to promote his autobiography, left-wing filmmaker Michael Moore decried "the amount of hatred that was generated on a certain news channel and on AM hate radio" ...
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