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June has been a month of new lows for the media and the president they worship.

Exhibit a) ABC, which should stand for Ashamed Broadcasting Company, gave Rielle Hunter not one but three prime promotional opportunities.

Hunter, of course, is the woman who gained fame as disgraced presidential candidate John Edwards’ mistress. He was secreting, sleeping with and impregnating Hunter while married to his wife dying of cancer. Hunter’s become tell-all-book author and ABC and others gifted her multiple publicity and promotional platform by ABC and other media outlets. 



Liberal billionaire trying to give U.S. a liberal society it can’t refuse.

 



Network news fails to examine high cost and proven failures of government-run health care


Network news fails to examine high cost and proven failures of government-run health care



Media Seek Silver Linings in Economic Storm Clouds 
Despite worrisome economic news the mainstream media continue to shield Obama from the economy. From early in his presidency when journalists searched for green shoots to promote economic




Journalists Still Hiding Obamas Broken Promises on Jobs
The White House made many claims about what the stimulus package would accomplish, including 2.7 million to 3.6 million private-sector jobs. So far, they are 5.3 million jobs short. But the news media are still shielding Obama from criticism by




Journalists Still Hiding Obamas Broken Promises on Jobs
The White House made many claims about what the stimulus package would accomplish, including 2.7 million to 3.6 million private-sector jobs. So far, they are 5.3 million jobs short.




Media's Latest Stimulus Push: Spend Now, Tax Later
Krugman's 'third depression' declaration sets stage for more stimulus, paid for by proposals of a gas tax, value-added tax, national sales tax and rollback of Bush tax cuts.




Obama Wants $50 Billion more for Stimulus, Networks Nearly Silent
Is soccer more important to American taxpayers than President Obamas latest push for a $50 billion state bailout? It was to




Media Favor Regulation, Barely Notice Failures of Regulators
From the government's 'cozy' relationship with BP, to the SEC's failure to catch Madoff, to the structure of mining regulation; networks attack businesses, but not regulators for mistakes.




The Untold Story of Astroturf: Corporate-Sponsored Environmentalism
According to the news media, grassroots activism and protests are patriotic unless they are conservative. The media have characterized conservative Tea Party protests as phony grassroots by calling them Astroturf, tying them to corporate




Earth Day Special Report: Networks Hide the Decline in Credibility of Climate Change Science 
For years the global warming alarmists mantra has been the science is settled. But a recent series of shocking disclosures




Networks Fail to Report VAT Tax Since Volcker Call for Tax Increases 
As taxpayers rush to beat the IRS deadline, a new tax is rumored to be coming down the road. White House adviser Paul Volcker said on April 6 that value-added taxes are 'not as toxic an




CNN Still Hungry for Food Rules, Eats Up Oliver's Call for Billions for School Lunch 'Revolution' 

Cable network continues its pro-regulation, pro-government obesity reporting with extreme examples including a 250-pound 12-year-old, lack of critics and calls for more funds to fix school lunches.




Obama Signs Business-Hurting, Tax Pledge-Breaking Health Care Bill into Law
In month leading to bill's passage, network evening shows failed to expose job-threatening tax increases or remind viewers of




ABC, CBS, NBC Join Obama's Attack on Insurance Companies 
President Obama has been lashing out against the insurance industry, but he hasnt been alone. The three broadcast networks have been making the anti-insurer argument as well with stacked




Media Defend Obamas Revamped Health Care Takeover 
After President Obama finally released his own plan for health care reform Feb. 22, cable and network journalists went into spin mode defending him against public opposition, urging the GOP to compromise, misreporting details of the plan and ignoring




Bias By the Numbers: Networks Celebrate Year of Strong Stimulus Support 
The one-year anniversary of President Obama's stimulus package is right around the corner and media support for the intervention hasn't dissipated. ABC, CBS, NBC cite supporters of




Obama Submits Largest Budget in History, But Portrayed as Fiscal Conservative by Networks
What would you call a president who wants to spend $700 billion more than the last president? Certainly, you wouldnt call him thrifty yet ABC, CBS and NBC reports on Obamas 2011 budget




Media Ignore Contradiction between Obama's Middle Class Giveaways, Spending 'Freeze'
After the upset in Massachusetts last week, the Obama administration changed its focus from health care to the economy. In the days leading up to the State of the Union