FLASHBACK: Lib Media Fury After CBS Dumped Nasty ‘Reagans’
November 11th, 2023 8:42 AM
Twenty years ago, CBS faced a firestorm after a leaked script to the New York Times showed the network’s upcoming mini-series, The Reagans, was an inaccurate and unfair portrayal of the 40th President, then in the final months of his battle with Alzheimer’s disease.
Nets Weren’t as Excited for Historic Condi, Warned of 'Hard-Right'
April 8th, 2022 12:50 PM
All three networks on Friday praised the confirmation of Ketanji Brown Jackson, the first female African American on the Supreme Court, as “history made” and “an inspiration for everybody in this country.” And while all Americans should rightly be proud of another racial barrier falling, liberal journalists were not as excited when Condoleeza Rice became the first female African American…
WATCH: Reporters Remember Covering the 9/11 Attacks
September 11th, 2021 10:20 AM
On Friday, several journalists across multiple media outlets emotionally remembered where they were on 9/11, connections they had to the victims, and how they managed to cover the horrific attack on America 20 years ago.
FLASHBACK: Media’s Agenda-Driven Columbine Coverage, 20 Years Later
April 17th, 2019 8:30 AM
Saturday marks 20 years since the tragic Columbine school shooting in Littleton, Colorado. Liberal journalists have already begun their retrospectives that included requisite attacks on the NRA and gun owners. The following is a look back at the most biased and ugliest broadsides in the weeks following the April 20, 1999 Columbine shooting:.
FLASHBACK: In 2006, TV News Admitted a Border Wall With Mexico Worked
January 8th, 2019 5:35 PM
When Congress in 2006 voted overwhelmingly to construct a barrier on the U.S.-Mexico border, TV news networks barely noticed. Perhaps even more surprising to today’s viewers of broadcast news, reporters back then admitted that the border fence worked.
Flashback: ABC Cheered Pelosi ‘Taking Care of the Children & Country’
January 3rd, 2019 2:09 AM
The last time Nancy Pelosi became Speaker of the House, in January of 2007, ABC anchor Charles Gibson showed video of her on the House floor holding her infant grandchild “while giving directions on how events were to proceed.” Gibson hailed: “It seemed the ultimate in multitasking: Taking care of the children, and the country.”
Feisty Barbara Bush Exposed Nasty Bias From Liberal Press
April 18th, 2018 12:23 PM
While reminiscing about the life of Barbara Bush, all three networks on Wednesday noted her toughness and willingness to fight. On CBS This Morning, journalist Bob Schieffer called the former First Lady the “enforcer.” What none of the networks noted in their tributes is that Mrs. Bush wouldn’t hesitate to bluntly call out liberal media bias when she saw it.
Media Love Stormy Daniels – But How Did They Treat Clinton's Accusers?
March 23rd, 2018 6:20 PM
Donald Trump is not the first President to have been accused of sexual improprieties. When President Bill Clinton faced allegations of sexual harassment from Paula Jones and even a rape charge from Juanita Broaddrick, the media looked for reasons not to cover those charges.
Former Anchor Slams Those Who 'Sow the Seeds of Disbelief' in Media
February 27th, 2018 7:47 AM
Former ABC News anchorman Charles Gibson gave a speech at Princeton's Alumni Day on Saturday, decrying attacks on the media. The role of journalists in our political debates are somehow "not up for debate." To "sow the seeds of disbelief on what they report" is to remove a check on "despotic government." But are they really an "independent" and "vigorous" press? Or does it depend on who's in…
Irony: Dowd Tells Steffy Believing Women 'Ought to Be' the 'Default'
November 13th, 2017 3:58 PM
While discussing the Roy Moore allegations on Monday’s Good Morning America, ABC’s chief political analyst, faux Republican, and nasty politico Matthew Dowd ironically informed co-host and former Bill Clinton official George Stephanopoulos that, in sexual misconduct incidents, “the default position ought to be believe the women.”
Nets Swoon; GOP ‘Feeling the Wrath’ of Liberal Town Hall Protesters
February 10th, 2017 9:55 PM
Friday’s “big three” network evening newscasts showed no remorse when it came to Republican members of Congress being shouted down and blasted by angry, liberal protesters, gushing over how the GOP is “feeling the wrath” of “demonstrators flooding” their events. Of course, this was in contrast to how the media perceived Tea Party groups challenged members of Congress beginning in 2009 as the…
ABC’s Gibson: Trump Is ‘Toxic,’ Should Learn to Apologize from Hillary
November 8th, 2016 8:06 PM
Minutes after the first polls closed on election night Clinton lackey George Stephanopoulos kicked it over to ABC’s “former leader” Charlie Gibson for his take on the election. After poking fun at the former ABC anchor for how long he had been cover politics, Gibson let it all out. “You know, what's dismaying, George, … I haven't seen much majesty in this campaign,” he whined to Stephanopoulos.
6 Times Journalists Touted Obamacare Before News of Its Deep Flaws
October 25th, 2016 3:50 PM
News of Obamacare’s problems didn’t happen in vacuum. The law got years of support from a complicit media which praised the law, attacked its opponents and ignored adverse consequences. Below are six examples of journalists pushing the law.
Sunday’s Town Hall Debate: Brace for More Clinton-Friendly Questions
October 8th, 2016 10:18 AM
The 2016 presidential and vice presidential debates have already been notable for their bias, with NBC’s Lester Holt pounding Donald Trump with a skewed set of questions during the first debate, and CBS’s Elaine Quijano doing the same with Mike Pence on Tuesday. So what should viewers expect at tomorrow night’s town hall-style debate? A look at the past six town hall debates finds — with one…