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MSNBC's Sharpton Touts Deceptive Claims of Pro-Life Groups 'Lying' to Pregnant Women

On Thursday's PoliticsNation on MSNBC, host Al Sharpton touted the pro-abortion group NARAL's deceptive attacks on "crisis pregancy centers" in Virginia which try to encourage pregnant women not ...
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MSNBC's Harris-Perry: E.W. Jackson Winning 'Makes Me Feel Icky All Over'

On Saturday's Melissa Harris-Perry show, MSNBC host Harris-Perry trashed Virginia Lieutenant Governor candidate E.W. Jackson as she took exception with some of his "pretty disgusting" conservative ...
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Maddow Freaked Out by 'Very, Very, Very, Very, Very, Very, Very, Very Conservative' GOP Candidates

MSNBC's Rachel Maddow warned her very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very liberal audience that the Virginia Republican Party just picked a slate of "very, very, very, very, very, very, ...
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National Journal Campaigns Against Climate ‘Extremist’ Cuccinelli

‘Objective’ news outlet asks if ‘climate change denier’ can win against science in Virginia.

NYT: Republican Cuccinelli Is Controversial in Virginia Gov. Race, but Not Ex-Clintonite Terry McAuliffe?

New York Times reporter Trip Gabriel saw a controversial candidate on one side of the Virginia governor's race, perhaps the biggest political race this year – Republican Kenneth Cuccinelli, ...
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New York Times' Trip Gabriel Leads Virginia Redistricting Story With Race Card

New York Times reporter Trip Gabriel led with the race issue in a story of typical partisan politics in Virginia, in his (slightly outdated) report on a controversial redistricting vote the ...
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NYT's Shear Digs Up Racism Accusations: 'Much More' Than 'Macaca' Doomed GOP Sen. George Allen

NYT reporter Michael Shear felt the need to kneecap Allen out of the starting gate by injecting all the old controversies and rumors or racism into the current news cycle: "Questions about Mr. ...
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NYT's Rosenthal Compares Pre-Abortion Ultrasound to Rape, But It's the Counterarguments That Are "Deranged"?

New York Times editorial page editor Andrew Rosenthal, safe from "deranged" arguments inside his liberal cocoon, himself makes a deranged argument against a Virginia law, comparing ultrasound to ...

CNN to Rick Perry: Are You 'Overconfident' for Campaigning In Virginia?

CNN's Jim Acosta asked Rick Perry Wednesday if he was "a tad overconfident" for stumping in a battleground state like Virginia so early in the campaign season.

FNC Highlights UVA Study That Shows Enforcing Immigration Laws Decreases Violent Crime

On Thursday's Fox and Friends, FNC hosts Gretchen Carlson and Steve Doocy gave attention to a University of Virginia study which found that, since Prince William County in Virginia became more ...
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