NYT Quickly Jumps on New Arrest of ACORN 'Pimp' - But Waited Six Days to Report on His ACORN Revelations

When the ACORN scandal broke, the Times dragged its feet for six days before issuing a story on the devastating footage from conservative activist James O'Keefe, who caught on video the left-wing ...

Networks Pounce on 'Louisiana Watergate' Story After Only 17 Hours, Buried ACORN Scandal

All three morning shows on Wednesday highlighted the revelation that a conservative activist had been arrested in connection to an attempt to tamper with the phones of Democratic Senator Mary ...
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Omitting for Obama:

How the Old Media Deliberately Censored New Media Scoops in 2009

Schultz Uses Questionable Foreclosure Data to Blast Bachmann Voting Record

MSNBC host relies on Minnesota-specific data to blast congresswoman's voting record on quasi-housing related legislation.

Networks Ignore Alliances, Thuggery and Lobbying of SEIU

Despite close ties to President Obama, ABC, CBS, NBC almost never mention service employees union.

NY Times Public Editor Admits Paper Slow on ACORN, Staffer to Now Monitor Conservative Media

New York Times Public Editor Clark Hoyt's latest column tackles the ACORN scandal - or as Times readers know it: "What ACORN scandal?" In "Tuning In Too Late," Hoyt criticized the Times for its ...

Hoyt Admits Times Slow on ACORN, But Not First Conservative Media Story It's Ignored

The paper's public editor criticized the Times for its lack of coverage of the juicy ACORN imbroglio, an omission that has prodded the paper into creating a new semi-position to monitor opinion ...

Rachel Maddow Blames Corporations, Lobbyist for ACORN Attacks

MSNBC host accuses Richard Berman of 'corporate-funded purportedly grassroots organizations' against ACORN, ignores proof of scandal.

Omnipresent Obama

While President Obama spread himself thin across the Sunday talk show lineup, ABC, CBS, CNN, and NBC all skipped some of the most urgent and newsworthy topics.

MSNBC Hosts and Guests Lobby: 'Time to Move On' From ACORN; Dismiss Scandal

On Monday's Morning Meeting, MSNBC's Dylan Ratigan and his journalist guests expressed frustration that the ACORN scandal hasn't gone away. Politico correspondent Mike Allen lobbied, "...It's time ...
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