Bozell Column: Arizona's 21-Bottle Salute

April 27th, 2010 11:01 PM
Arizona officially joined the South this month. In other words, it became for our Northeastern media elitists a state dominated by backward, slack-jawed racists. The Associated Press marked the passage of a tough new anti-immigration law with the leftist version of a Welcome Wagon: “The furor over Arizona's new law cracking down on illegal immigrants grew Monday as opponents used refried beans to…

ABC: 'Mostly Peaceful' Immigration Protests vs. 'Very Ugly' Tea Party

April 26th, 2010 5:45 PM
On Saturday's Good Morning America, reporter Mike Von Fremd downplayed the violence of protesters against Arizona's new immigration law. He spun, "Riot police were called in to try and control demonstrators protesting outside the capital. Most were peaceful. A handful threw bottles at police and were arrested." Yet, ABC derided March's Tea Party rallies as "very ugly," despite…

ABC's Bill Weir to Sheriff Joe Arpaio: Will You 'Grab People on Street

April 26th, 2010 12:25 PM
ABC's weekend coverage of a tough immigration bill in Arizona focused mostly on the anger and outrage against it, minimizing supporters of the legislation. Talking to Sheriff Joe Arpaio, a fierce critic of illegals, Good Morning America co-host Bill Weir on Sunday berated, "But with this new law, will you ramp it up?...Will you grab people on street corners? I mean, what will you do with…

ABC: Free Clinic ‘Vivid Demonstration of Health Care Crisis,’ ABC

August 16th, 2009 10:55 PM
On Saturday, ABC’s World News Saturday and the NBC Nightly News each ran a story touting the high number of patients arriving at a free clinic in Los Angeles, operated by Remote Area Medical, as evidence of the need for health care reform. For the NBC Nightly News, it was the third such story on the facility of the week.While ABC’s World News with Charles Gibson had run one story on Friday that…

Nets Compare America to Third World, Shocked Many Come for Free Health

August 14th, 2009 2:40 PM
All three broadcast networks this week have reported on the charity Remote Area Medical's offer of free medical care at a temporary facility in Los Angeles, citing the arrival of many patients as a sign of how many Americans there are who need "free health care," and even relaying the words of program volunteers who compared the health care challenges of some Americans to problems in…

Morning Shows Drag Innocent Drug Maker into Deadly Incident

July 11th, 2008 6:50 PM
When a horrible tragedy happens, media reports try to find a place to point the finger. Although, this time a company name is being tacked on to something they had nothing to do with. Heparin is a generic drug made by many different companies that is used to thin blood. It has recently been involved in two accidents involving babies and media reports have unfairly connecting one company to…