War on Terror

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Networks Tout Obama's 'Renewed Focus on Transparency' in War on Terror; No Mention of Benghazi

While the three network morning shows on Thursday all promoted President Obama's "renewed focus on transparency" in an upcoming national security speech, none of the broadcasts made any ...
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NY Times Looks on Bright Side: '72 Percent' of Released Gitmo Detainees Not Out Committing Terror

Wait, what? New York Times legal reporter Charlie Savage: "The risk aversion comes amid claims by intelligence agencies that 16 percent of 603 former detainees were 'confirmed' -- and an ...
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Really? NYT Front Page: Terrorist's Twitter Suggests 'Holden Caulfield-like Adolescent Alienation...Downright Sentimental'

A Times book critic provides this peerless analysis of the younger bomber's Twitter feed: "But others suggest a more Holden Caulfield-like adolescent alienation: 'some people are just ...
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NYT Hypes 'Nonpartisan' Report on Torture Under Bush -- From 'Ardent Democrat' Who Avoided His Inaugural

A "nonpartisan, independent review" by the Constitution Project aims to prove that the United States tortured detainees in the war on terror after 9/11, and the Times' Scott Shane gives them a ...
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The New York Times and National Security Secrets: Obama vs. Bush

News that the New York Times and Washington Post kept secret until recently the secret U.S. drone base in Saudi Arabia is once again raising questions on the paper's politicized double ...
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The New York Times and National Security Secrets: Obama vs. Bush

News that the New York Times and Washington Post kept secret until recently the secret U.S. drone base in Saudi Arabia is once again raising questions on the paper's politicized double ...
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New York Times (Gently) Nails Obama's Hypocrisy on Targeted Killings

The New York Times kind of, sort of, accuses Barack Obama of double standards over secrecy in the war on terror: "Early in his first term, President Obama rejected the vehement protests of the ...
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The MRC@25: The Worst Media Bias of 2002

Today, the worst bias of 2002: Bill Moyers gets the vapors after Republicans win control of Congress; ABC’s Barbara Walters champions Cuban dictator Fidel Castro’s dedication to “freedom;” and ...
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How Would a Consistent News Media Cover a Supreme Court Ruling Against ObamaCare?

How the media might cover a Supreme Court ruling tossing out ObamaCare remains to be seen, but the MRC studied how the networks covered multiple Court rulings tossing out key elements of George W. ...
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Touting That Killer Barack Obama

Obama's economic record is a shambles, so Obama-loving journalists are selling Obama with tough-guy bluster as a guy who kills terrorists with one hand behind his back.
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