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Appearing on FBN's Cavuto: Coast to Coast, MRC President Brent Bozell discussed how the New York Times must fear Marco Rubio's presidential prospects given their recent hit pieces on the GOP candidate. 



Video cross-posted here at NewsBusters. On Monday’s Nightly Show, Comedy Central’s Larry Wilmore took time out of his race-obsessed show to return to his favorite hobby, bashing Republicans, specifically the 2016 GOP presidential candidates who are engaged in the “unblackening” of America. 



[See NewsBusters for more.] Good Morning America is not a serious news show. But even by the loose standards of ABC, the program's journalists set a new standard for cynicism. On Tuesday, hosts both hyped a reckless daredevil and later condemned such people.  At 7:15am, news reader Amy Robach enthused, "One daredevil is surely at the top of his game! Take a look at his latest stunt.



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The 9 June 2015 edition of CNN's New Day stumbled as it covered the ongoing manhunt for two fugitives who escaped from a prison in New York State. An on-screen map incorrectly identified Pennsylvania as New York, as correspondent Polo Sandoval underlined that "the fugitives could be anywhere from New York's North Country up to Canada, or even south into Mexico."



Video cross-posted here at NewsBusters. Following President Obama’s controversial remarks at the G-7 Summit in which he lectured the Supreme Court over how they should rule in the upcoming ObamaCare lawsuit, on Monday’s the Kelly File, Fox News’ Megyn Kelly and Andrew Napolitano took him to task for trying to “intimidated them” and rule in his favor. 



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Fox News’s Bill O’Reilly took aim at President Obama during his “Talking Points Memo” on Monday’s O’Reilly Factor and ruled that the United States has “a leader who doesn’t want to lead” in addition to “lack[ing] the will to defeat” ISIS.



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The “big three” of ABC, CBS, and NBC all refused to mention on Monday night comments made by President Barack Obama earlier in the day in which he attacked the Supreme Court for taking a case regarding ObamaCare subsidies and warned them not to rule that they’re unconstitutional. 



Read more at NewsBusters | Doing a postmortem of the Jodi Ernst's inaugural "Roast and Ride" event this weekend in Iowa, MSNBC's Chris Matthews has positive things to say about Gov. Scott Walker (R-Wis.) as a strong contender for next January's caucuses in the Hawkeye State, namely that he had mixed it up with his network colleague Ed Schultz in the recall election and come out on top. 



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