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Chris Matthews, Who Linked Palin to Giffords Attack, Skips Shooting at Conservative Organization

Liberal MSNBC anchor Chris Matthews, who previously linked Sarah Palin and Michele Bachman to the attempted killing of Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, completely ignored the shooting of a ...
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ABC Plays Up Bloomberg's Call for More Gun Control, But Admits It Won't Happen

Good Morning America Sunday co-host Bianna Golodryga played up calls by liberal Mayor Michael Bloomberg for more gun control in the wake of Friday's mass shooting in Aurora, Colorado. This ...

CBS, NBC Newscasts Give Scant Coverage to Muslim Terror Attack at German Airport

Two US airmen were killed by a Muslim terrorist in Germany on Wednesday, but neither CBS nor NBC thought it worthy of more than 30 seconds of coverage on their evening newscasts Wednesday night.

Editor Bill Keller Blasts Fox News' 'Unhealthy' Impact on National Discourse

Executive Editor Bill Keller blasts Fox News and brings up the Arizona shootings: "I make no connection between the guy who shot those people in Tucson and the national discourse. But it is true ...

Special Edition: Conservatives in the Crosshairs

Vol. 24, No. 2

After Lecturing Conservatives on Civility, Times Buries Dem's Nazi Rant Against GOP

After two weeks of lectures on the need for conservatives like Sarah Palin to cool their political vitriol, a Democrat Congressman likening Republican rhetoric on Obama-care to Joseph Goebbels and ...

Times Suddenly Discovers Caution When It Comes to Blaming Drugs for Loughner's Rampage

The Times suddenly hedges its journalistic rush to judgment on what caused the Tucscon shootings: "No one has suggested that his use of a hallucinogenic herb or any other drugs contributed to ...

Palin Calls Out Media for Implicating Her in Tucson Shooting, CBS Has Amnesia

On Tuesday's CBS Early Show, congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes reported on Sarah Palin's first interview since the Tucson shooting: "She accused the Left and the news media of trying to ...

New Civility Only for Republicans, Apparently

A Sunday editorial chides Republicans for refusing to change the name of an anti-"job-killing" bill. But a Tuesday headline reads: "Where News Is Power, A Fight to Be Well-Armed."

Rick Berke Justifies the Times' Politicized Tucson Coverage

News editor Rick Berke defends the Times politicized coverage of the rampage in Tucson: "After all, a politician was shot in the head while meeting with constituents. That same lawmaker had her ...
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