News Analysis Division
4/20/2015 7:56 AM ET
Reporters attempt to manufacture excitement over how newly-declared Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton used Twitter, rode around in a van and ate lunch at a Chipotle ("fun and new," opined ...
4/14/2015 8:40 PM ET
Hillary's Twitter launch on April 12 was received with words like
"sleek," "savvy," "trending," "electrifying," and "approachable." She
was packaged by the press exactly as she wanted ...
4/13/2015 10:30 AM ET
Not long after he arrived on the national scene in 2010 Republican Senator and forthcoming presidential candidate Marco Rubio was exploited by the liberal media as a way to depict Republicans as ...
4/11/2015 8:07 AM ET
Producers of The Good Wife have introduced a wealthy conservative character named Reese
Dipple, who engages seasoned liberal lawyer Diane Lockhart on the
hot-button social issues of the day.
4/9/2015 1:41 PM ET
Following CBS reporter Bob Schieffer announcing his retirement this
summer, his colleague Charlie Rose deemed Schieffer a “giant of journalism” who had a
“legendary career” at CBS News. While ...
4/7/2015 4:08 PM ET
While the liberal media lunged at the "bigotry" of Indiana based on their own liberal networks of social media, they ignored the conservative firestorm from the opposite direction.
4/7/2015 8:00 AM ET
Since newly announced presidential candidate Rand Paul first arrived on
the national scene, as part of the Tea Party wave of 2010, the Kentucky
Republican Senator has been depicted as a ...
4/6/2015 7:48 AM ET
Liberal reporters welcomed Ted Cruz to the 2016 presidential race by blasting him as "hardline," "right-wing," "radical," "dumb," "scary," "dangerous" and "slimy" -- all in the first 24 hours. ...
4/4/2015 7:16 AM ET
You can make fun of the Pope and "sexy" nuns, but one is never allowed to mock Bruce Jenner and transgenders.
3/31/2015 1:19 PM ET
Imagine an eighth grader, born in 2000, presented with a portrayal of Sen. Edward
Kennedy, the late patriarch of the “royal family” of American politics.
The student would learn nothing but ...