NBC's Ted Koppel Talks to 'Leading Authority' Stephen Colbert About Super-PAC 'Lethal Weapons'

At the top of Monday's Rock Center on NBC, host Brian Williams lamented the "avalanche of attack ads this political season" and warned: "'s only just starting thanks to the U.S. Supreme ...

CBS Touts John Edwards Hiring 'Heavy Hittter' Greg Craig, Who Represents 'Legal Stratosphere'

On Friday's CBS Early Show, co-host Chris Wragge introduced a story updating the John Edwards scandal and potential legal charges against the former senator: "...a grand jury has been looking at ...

Michael Luo Notices Media Matters' Left-Wing Fundraising Drive, Leaves Out the Melodrama

After spending the 2010 campaign worrying over the scourge of anonymous deep-pocketed conservative donors out to buy the election, reporter Michael Luo offered a look at a new outlet for left-wing ...

Hype: Despite Allegations of Secret Money, Democrats Flaunt $270 Million Advantage

Politico reports Democratic Party machinery dominating Republican counterparts by sizeable advantage with little to no notice by mainstream media.

NY Times Whispers Into Ear of IRS: Check Out These Sneaky New Pro-GOP Groups

Michael Luo's wink-wink, nudge-nudge on the rush of campaign spending from corporations currently benefiting Republican issues and candidates: "It remains to be seen whether the I.R.S. or the ...

Michael Shear Laments Failure to Heed Obama Over Unregulated Campaign Cash Going to GOP

"Flood of Campaign Cash Becomes the Issue," reads the Times online headline over a Michael Shear story. And just how did it "become the issue"? Because the Times and the Democrats want it to be ...

Corporate Campaign Ads: Worse Than Animal Cruelty

The Times has defended the free speech in violent video games and animal cruelty videos, but draws the line at (gasp) campaign ads paid for by corporations.

WaPo Slams BP for Corporate Contributions

Report highlights contributions to 'pro-business' groups, ignores campaign funds given to Obama

MSNBC's Schultz Draws Bizarre Connection Between Oil Spill and Campaign Finance Reform

Not letting a good crisis go to waste, MSNBC's left-wing rabble-rouser Ed Schultz insisted on the June 1 edition of Morning Joe that the BP oil spill reinforces the need for new legislation to ...
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