9/20/2012 3:19 PM ET
The same networks that have been hyping secret video of Mitt Romney
talking about who pays taxes, hyperventilating about the Republican's
"seismic" bombshell," have, thus far, completely ...
9/20/2012 11:33 AM ET
Richard Oppel Jr., refusing to concede anything to Mitt Romney, fiercely defends Obama and, using a liberal trope, laments the alleged redistribution of income to the "very rich": "What
9/20/2012 12:06 AM ET
Mitt Romney on Wednesday put into play newly uncovered video of Barack
Obama in 1998 advocating redistribution of wealth, but of the broadcast
network evening newscasts, only the NBC Nightly ...
9/19/2012 5:56 PM ET
More than an hour into the program, Wednesday's CBS This Morning finally acknowledged that "this race is not over for Mitt Romney," based on the network's own polling. Norah O'Donnell noted that ...
9/19/2012 4:43 PM ET
CNN's Piers Morgan gave President Obama some free
publicity Tuesday night while CNN kept the anti-Romney media firestorm
raging. "I'm going to play a new Obama ad which basically sums up how ...
9/19/2012 3:07 PM ET
Bob Schieffer all but broke out the death certificate for Mitt Romney's campaign on Tuesday's CBS Evening News and Wednesday's CBS This Morning, emphasizing the negative impact of the ...
9/19/2012 1:16 PM ET
On Wednesday's NBC Today, correspondent Michael Isikoff offered
a congratulatory puff piece on the man who helped release a hidden
camera video of Mitt Romney: "[It] became public as a result ...
9/19/2012 12:56 PM ET
Michael Barbaro: "Mitt Romney's traveling press
secretary walked to the back of the candidate’s plane midflight on
Tuesday and teasingly asked a pair of journalists in an exit row if they
9/19/2012 12:36 PM ET
Times reporters Annie Lowrey and Michael Cooper don't seem to appreciate the arguments of "conservative firebrand" Erick Erickson: "Last year, Erick Erickson, the
conservative firebrand, started ...
9/19/2012 11:57 AM ET
On Tuesday night, the journalists at ABC continued to hype a "secret video" of Mitt Romney in the most hyperbolic terms. World News anchor Diane Sawyer went so far as to call it a "political ...