Bay Buchanan Schools Norah O'Donnell on 'Glass Ceiling' in Politics
May 13th, 2012 9:19 PM
CBS chief White House correspondent Norah O'Donnell and Republican strategist Bay Buchanan had a bit of a tussle about women in the workplace on Sunday's Face the Nation.
When Buchanan said opportunities for women are currently unlimited, O'Donnell strongly disagreed claiming, "There is a glass ceiling in politics" which led the conservative to correctly point out this…
Kathleen Parker: Tea Party Won’t Have ‘Same Clout’ in 2012 Elect
April 1st, 2012 4:15 PM
Kathleen Parker this weekend demonstrated that even so-called “conservative” media members long for the death of the Tea Party.
On the syndicated Chris Matthews Show, the Washington Post columnist predicted, “The Tea Party’s not going to have the same clout in the 2012 election as they did in the last cycle” (video follows with transcript and commentary):
25 Gannett Wisconsin Media Journalists Caught Signing Petition to Reca
March 25th, 2012 8:05 AM
How pathetic is this?
It was reported Saturday that 25 Gannett Wisconsin Media journalists have been reprimanded for signing petitions to recall Republican Governor Scott Walker:
CBS Plays Up Voter Suppression Charge in Pennsylvania; Ignores Voter F
March 16th, 2012 7:07 PM
On Thursday's CBS Evening News, Elaine Quijano touted a charge from Pennsylvania Democrats that the new voter I.D. law there "targets poor and elderly voters." Quijano also spotlighted that, according to unnamed "Pennsylvania court officials," there were no cases of "voters convicted of fraud in the last five years." However, in late 2010, the AP reported on a…
WaPo's Gowen Hits Hard at Kansas Governor Sam Brownback's First Year i
December 23rd, 2011 12:01 AM
In her profile of Kansas Governor Sam Brownback on Wednesday, the Washington Post's Annie Gowen went through the predictable leftist checklist of things that should supposedly cause the rest of America not to like him. A state taken over by "tea party fervor"? Check. "Slashed" funding for "schools, social services and the arts"? Check. Imply that his…
NewsBusters Mentioned on CNN; Time's Stengel Gives Lame Response to Cr
December 19th, 2011 2:15 PM
Time magazine's editor-in-chief Richard Stengel was asked on Sunday's Reliable Sources to respond to NewsBusters criticizing the inclusion of the Occupy Wall Street movement into Time magazine's "Person of the Year" award, given to "The Protester." In contrast, the Tea Party which helped the Republicans win a landslide election victory in 2010 earned only runner-…
Ten Months Later, AP's Scott Bauer Still Contradicting Himself, Missta
December 15th, 2011 11:32 PM
In February, yours truly sensed a misstatement of reality on the part of Associated Press reporter Scott Bauer in his description of the budget repair law the Wisconsin Legislature was then considering. At the beginning of his report, Bauer wrote that the law would "end a half-century of collectively bargaining," but later wrote that "unions could still represent workers" (…
MSNBC's Schultz: Scott Walker 'Sucks
November 28th, 2011 9:31 PM
With penetrating political analysis like this, no wonder Ed Schultz has been named one of the least influential people alive . . .
On his MSNBC show this evening, discussing the recall effort in Wisconsin, Schultz said that Republican Governor Scott Walker "sucks." Video after the jump.
Morning Joe Hypes GOP Setback in Ohio Labor Law Vote Without One Word
November 9th, 2011 11:53 AM
Political analysts across the country were closely watching votes on two key initiatives in Ohio Tuesday to get a sense as to where the nation is on the power of labor unions as well as the President's signature piece of healthcare legislation.
On MSNBC's Morning Joe Wednesday, the failure of Ohio's Issue 2 - which strikes down Governor John Kasich's (R) anti-collective…
David Gregory: Republicans Have 'Harsh Stance' On Immigration Reform
October 2nd, 2011 12:26 PM
Did David Gregory realize just how much he was letting down the mask and revealing his liberal bias? On today's "Meet The Press," Gregory stated as a simple declarative fact that Republicans have a "harsh stance" on immigration reform.
Did Gregory simply forget the "some say" fig leaf so favored by the MSM? Or is the MTP moderator so…
WaPo Offers Puffy Profile on Leggy MSNBC Contributor Krystal Ball
September 12th, 2011 1:30 PM
The Washington Post would have you know that Fox News hasn't cornered the market on political analysts who are easy on the eyes.
In his Metro section front-pager today-- "Leaping from scandal to punditry: Racy photos pushed Va. candidate Krystal Ball into commentary"* -- reporter Ben Pershing offered Post readers a puffy profile on the 29-year-old one-time Democratic candidate…
Dennis Miller Rips Newsweek and Tina Brown: 'Michele Bachmann Should N
August 11th, 2011 10:41 AM
Dennis Miller on Wednesday weighed in on Newsweek's disgraceful cover of Congresswoman Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.).
Speaking with Fox News's Bill O'Reilly, America's favorite conservative comedian said, "Tina Brown is a mean girl" and "Michele Bachmann should not trust the mean girls on the Left" (video follows with transcript and commentary):
Bachmann Is Latest Target in Media's War on Conservative Women
August 10th, 2011 12:35 PM
Liberal bias is rampant among the media, but there is no more tangible example of it than in how the media treat Conservative women. The most recent cover of Newsweek features a very wide-eyed Michele Bachmann, looking surprised and unattractive. Perhaps more disturbing is the caption Newsweek placed below the presidential candidate's photo: "Queen of Rage."
Fareed Zakaria Blames Tea Party for 'Extraordinary Polarization in Was
July 24th, 2011 4:23 PM
Fareed Zakaria on Sunday blamed the Tea Party for the "extraordinary polarization in Washington today."
"It's ideologically extreme, refuses to compromise, and cares more about purity than problem solving," Zakaria told viewers of the CNN program bearing his name (video follows with transcript and commentary):