Networks that Railed Against Rhetoric of Tea Parties Offer No Anger for Hitler, Dictator Signs at WI Protests

The same networks that assailed the allegedly extreme invective from the Tea Party have, thus far, not found anything interesting about signs implying that Scott Walker, Wisconsin's Republican ...

CBS Host's False Attack on Wisconsin Governor Falls Flat

On Friday's CBS Early Show, co-host Chris Wragge attempted to portray Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker's efforts to curb costly benefits for public sector unions in his state as purely political: ...

ABC's One-Sided Take on Wisconsin Protests Includes an Interview With Top Secret, Hidden Democrat

Good Morning America on Friday spun the protests in Wisconsin from the perspective of the unions and Democratic lawmakers who oppose Republican efforts to reform collective bargaining. Co-host ...

Nets Champion Wisconsin Public Employees 'Rising Up' in 'Mutiny' Against 'Extreme Cuts'

ABC on Thursday night championed a "mutiny in America" by public employees in Wisconsin whom NBC's Brian Williams trumpeted for "rising up and saying no to some of the most extreme cuts in the ...

Fox News Highlights Nazi Signs in Wisconsin Pension Debate, Networks Skip Controversy

The network morning shows on Thursday failed to find any controversy in union protests from Wisconsin, ignoring the signs comparing Scott Walker, the state's Republican governor, to the Taliban, ...

After State of the Union, Obama Takes a 'Victory Lap' in Wisconsin

Jackie Calmes follows Obama to Wisconsin on his "victory lap" tour of factory floors, finds enthusiasm and applause for the president.

"Hostile," "Angry" Crowds Cheer on McCain-Palin

Does this imply that Obama nation has nothing but lovely feelings for John McCain and Sarah Palin?

Focusing on Cindy McCain's "Dig" at Michelle Obama, Not Obama's Lack of U.S. Pride

The Times barely focused on Michelle Obama's statement showing a lack of pride in her country: "...for the first time in my adult lifetime, I am really proud of my country."

Still No "Liberals" Among the Big-Business Assaulting Democrats

More "populism," not liberalism, in the Democratic race for president, even as Hillary lashes into the "two oilmen in the White House" and attacks drug companies.
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