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Washington Post's Post's Milbank: 'Couldn't Be the Case' That Some Lost Insurance Because of ObamaCare

On Monday's PoliticsNation, Washington Post columnist Dana Milbank claimed that it "couldn't be the case at this time" that ObamaCare is already causing people to lose their current health ...
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WashPost's Milbank: GOP Is Like a 'Sea Monster With All the Various Heads'

Appearing as a guest on Friday's PoliticsNation on MSNBC, Washington Post columnist Dana Milbank compared the Republican Party to a "sea monster" as he related that "various heads" who are ...
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One Year, 32,000 Words: WaPo’s Campaign Against Redskins 7x Longer than U.S. Constitution

Paper disdains fans, popular opinion in PC jihad against mascot.  
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Washington Post's Milbank: Tea Party Has Brought 'Economic Destruction'

Appearing as a guest on the Friday, October 11, PoliticsNation on MSNBC, Washington Post columnist Dana Milbank called the Tea Party Republican faction a "very small minority" and accused them of ...
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WaPo, USA Today Declare Redskins’ Name Debate Over

PC Media dictate to league, owners and fans.
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WashPost's Milbank Hints Palin is 'Idiot,' Obama Should Use 'Reverse Psychology' on GOP

Appearing as a guest on Friday's PoliticsNation on MSNBC, Washington Post columnist Dana Milbank cracked that President Obama should use on the GOP the kind of "reverse psychology" that is used ...
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MSNBC Slams FNC on Welfare Fraud, GOP's 'Stunning New Attack' on Food Stamp Recipients

On Thursday's PoliticsNation on MSNBC, Washington Post political reporter Nia-Malika Henderson and MSNBC contributor Goldie Taylor joined host Al Sharpton to go after Republicans for trying to cut ...
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Purple State, Deep Blue Media

A study of four Virginia newspapers on the gubernatorial campaign demonstrated reporters are making a mockery of the concept of "news reporting."
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The Media vs. Conservatives, 2013 Edition: Virginia Newspapers’ Viciously Negative Coverage of GOP Gubernatorial Candidate

Just as the national media helped tip the scales in the 2012 presidential contest, an MRC study of the four largest newspapers in Virginia found that GOP gubernatorial candidate Ken ...
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Washington Post's Henderson Blames Reagan for Giving Poor a Negative Image

Appearing as a guest on Tuesday's PoliticsNation on MSNBC, Washington Post political reporter Nia-Malika Henderson complained that former President Reagan left Americans with a negative ...
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