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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" ...

Hollywood's Shocking Truth

Celebrities Boost Their Fame through Shock Factor

Royal Disaster: Networks Obsess Over Wedding, Barely Mention Mexico Drug Violence

Fawning coverage of British nuptials outpaces reporting of Mexican drug war victims.

Speak No Evil: Networks Obscure Deadly Extremism of Muslim Brotherhood

Contradictory reports hide substance of powerful Egyptian Islamist group.

Networks See Unconstitutional Ruling as 'Setback,' Not 'Victory for Liberty'

Evening and morning shows see 'roadblock' for White House, not freedom for citizens, in federal judge's decision insurance mandate is unconstitutional.

They Say They Really Do Want a Revolution

MSNBC host Dylan Ratigan, guest talk about violent overthrow of government. Is anybody listening?

Once Again, 'Many Peaceful' = 'Some Violent' When It Comes to Leftist Protesters

Shops are vandalized and police cars torched in Toronto, but reporter Ian Austen defends the overall peacefulness of the left-wing mob over the headline "Police in Toronto Criticized for Treatment ...

Matthews Perverts Tea Party Movement: Participants View Federal Government as British Occupiers

In preview of his upcoming 'New Right' special, 'Hardball' host ignores movement's fiscal discipline aspect, plays up imaginary violence.
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