Media Ignore Crimes of Lefty Protesters, While Smearing Conservatives

January 30th, 2017 4:42 PM
Media coverage of protests is so ideologically biased as to deceive the public.  Tea Party protests were law-abiding, and so orderly that they usually left no trash behind (unlike the recent Women’s March in Washington, or attendees of the 2009 Obama inauguration, who left behind lots of trash).   

Piers Morgan Trashes Sarah Palin in Interview With Gabby Giffords' Hus

November 24th, 2011 8:38 AM
Although it's long been proved that Sarah Palin and so-called violent political rhetoric had absolutely nothing to do with January's tragic shootings in Tucson, Arizona, CNN's Piers Morgan felt it was necessary to bring her up during Wednesday's interview with Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords' (D-Ariz.) husband. For his part, astronaut Mark Kelly was only too happy to take…

Civility Update: House Democrats 'Target' 19 Vulnerable Republicans

January 31st, 2011 4:29 PM
Within minutes of the tragic shootings in Tucson, the Left and their media minions were sure that violent rhetoric and gun imagery were responsible for inciting Jared Lee Loughner to that heinous act. Now, just 23 days since that horrible event and after all kinds of calls for a toning down of such rhetoric, the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee has issued a press release entitled…

Obama, Democrats and Media Steal SOTU Defeat From the Jaws of Victory

January 26th, 2011 2:48 PM
Prior to calls for civility and what turned out to be a disastrous "date night" for the Democrats, Barack Obama was nicely set up to catapult himself into a fabulous 2011 approaching next year's reelection campaign with an enviable head of steam. Having been all but considered dead - am I allowed to say that post-Tucson? - after his shellacking at the polls in November, the…

Mike Huckabee Demonstrates How Politically Correct, Violent Rhetoric-F

January 26th, 2011 1:01 AM
Mike Huckabee on Sunday demonstrated to his Fox News audience how politically correct, violent rhetoric-free speech can work on television if you try hard enough. He also showed how absurd it will be if the liberal media reaction to the Tucson shootings goes too far (video follows with transcript and commentary):

Time Editor Offers Astoundingly Illogical Argument Against Congression

January 25th, 2011 12:04 PM
One would expect an editor of Time Magazine to argue with more logical force than a college freshman. But alas, in his effort to dismiss a looming congressional investigation into homegrown Jihadist terrorism, Romesh Ratnesar, Time's contributing editor-at-large, demonstrated a profound inability to lay out a coherent argument. Among the article's highlights: the Fort Hood massacre…

Michele Bachmann 'Horrified' and 'Appalled' by Media 'Politicizing' Sh

January 25th, 2011 10:48 AM
As media quickly accused conservatives of inciting the tragedy in Tucson two weeks ago, they ignored the fact that one of those they were pointing fingers at was a friend of Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords' (D-Ariz.). On Monday, Congresswoman Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) told Fox News's Bill O'Reilly what it was like for her that fateful Saturday morning to not only find out that…

Chris Matthews Displays Graphic Image of Target on Capitol Building wi

January 21st, 2011 11:55 AM
Chris Matthews on Thursday actually showed a graphic image of the Capitol building with a red target on it and crosshairs in the foreground. This hypocritically occurred moments before a lengthy segment on "Hardball" about violent rhetoric wherein he complained about "over-the-top references to guns all the time by people like Sarah Palin" (video follows with transcript…

Krauthammer Attacks Media's 'Bogus' Call for Civility: Where Were They

January 21st, 2011 10:09 AM
Charles Krauthammer on Thursday attacked the media's recent bogus call for civility in politics. "The worst in uncivil discourse that we have had in the last decade occurred in the Bush years when the President was vilified, attacked, he was demonized, compared to Nazis," he told Chris Wallace on Fox News's "Special Report." "I do not remember the Times or the…

Mission Accomplished: Palin Bashing Reaches New High As Does Her Unfav

January 20th, 2011 11:08 AM
After days of relentless attacks by media across the fruited plain, Sarah Palin's unfavorable rating hit an all-time high this week. A look at the assault by television and radio news organizations since bullets were fired in Tucson will give you an idea how the press accomplished their mission (image of Palin was found via a Google search and was not created by NewsBusters or the Media…

Lawrence O'Donnell Yells at Arizona Congressman for Not Agreeing With

January 19th, 2011 9:39 AM
In a fine example of the new civility at MSNBC, Lawrence O'Donnell on Tuesday actually yelled at an Arizona Congressman who didn't agree with him about the need for gun control following the shootings in Tucson. The discussion on "The Last Word" really got heated after the host made the case to Rep. Trent Franks (R-Ariz.) that additional security at Rep. Gabrielle Giffords…

ABC, NBC Fret Over Gun Show in Tucson, ABC Surprised Crowds ‘Aren

January 19th, 2011 7:46 AM
 On Saturday, both ABC and NBC ran stories fretting over the Crossroads of the West Gun Show that was held over the weekend in Tucson, Arizona. On ABC, at one point, correspondent David Wright seemed surprised that the large number of people showing up at the event were customers instead of protesters. After relaying that some members of Congress want more gun control laws and cautioning…

Keith Olbermann Misrepresents CNN Poll to Tie Sarah Palin to Tucson Sh

January 19th, 2011 12:50 AM
On Monday, Keith Olbermann cherry-picked a Daily Kos/PPP poll to bash the Tea Party as a violent threat to America's elected officials. On the following day's "Countdown," the MSNBCer misrepresented an Opinion Research/CNN poll to tie Sarah Palin to the Tucson shootings (video follows with transcript and commentary):

NYT Public Editor Arthur Brisbane Almost Admits Liberal Bias Skewed Tu

January 18th, 2011 1:10 PM
On Saturday, the New York Times's Public Editor offered a milquetoast apologia for the paper's leading role in falsely ascribing blame for the Tucson massacre to conservative pundits and politicians. Nowhere in the column did Public Editor Arthur Brisbane address columnist Paul Krugman's false smear of Rep. Michele Bachmann, noted in a letter sent by NewsBusters to Brisbane's…