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New York Times media reporter Elizabeth Jensen reported on new NPR CEO Gary Knell on Monday without devoting one word to conservative NPR critics in a piece loaded with public-broadcasting officialdom...October 7 : "The media watchdog group...
Time magazine didn't mind ruffling feathers in religious America with a cover this summer that asked Is Hell Dead?...Then Time found only one letter worth plucking out to feature in large, bold type, from a man in Dallas: Hell is easy to define...
With the 2012 elections less than a year away, the liberal media are attacking President Obama's potential opponents on a number of fronts, but especially on religion. ABC, CBS and NBC have used religion in two ways, either painting the field of
When the Washington Post's "conservative" blogger Jennifer Rubin last Sunday accused the right-leaning media of being "embarrassingly bad this election cycle," it seemed a metaphysical certitude CNN's Howard Kurtz would soon have her on to advance
The Washington Post selected Jennifer Rubin as their Right Turn blogger, which to many has seemed like the wrong title...But when the Post publishes her blogs in excerpted form in the newspaper, they're making her even sharper in attacking the hard
In the same issue of Broadcasting & Cable magazine in which Al Gore described the public's deep yearning for Current TV, former ABC anchor (and current NBC Rock Center special correspondent ) Ted Koppel issued one of his lectures on how the elite
Bill Randall is a candidate for Congress, running in North Carolina's 13th Congressional District. Mr. Randall also happens to be an African-American. In early October, Randall had a campaign billboard vandalized with a spray-painted, vulgar
PolitiChicks Is a Conservative Version of The View from Hell So, former SNL star (and current loon ) Victoria Jackson got together with three of her conservative friends to combat media's liberal bias with a new online talk show called PolitiChicks .
Listening to liberal talk radio is sometimes like just listening to the world being turned upside down. Liberal hosts make claims that are demonstrably ridiculous, and expect listeners to lap it up. Case in point: Thom Hartmann praised the Occupy
The Canberra orthodoxy is Rupert Murdoch and his conservative bias is the implacable moral centre of the rolling anti-Labor campaign. Hartigan was not viewed as an ideological warrior; an enthusiast, sure, but more emissary than intellectual