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Mika Brzezinski insists that Dick Durbin's claim that "Loretta Lynch, the first African-American woman nominated to be Attorney General is asked to sit in the back of the bus" was "not race baiting."


[See NewsBusters for more.] According to Katie Couric, "plenty of politicians" use private e-mail for work and it's not a big a deal.

Appearing on the MIke O'Meara Show, Chuck Todd admitted that MSNBC's primetime lineup is bad for the political process. 

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[See NewsBusters for more.] ABC and CBS on Wednesday night and Thursday morning ignored Democratic Senator Dick Durbin's smear that Republicans are keeping attorney general nominee Loretta Lynch in the "back of the bus." NBC mentioned the liberal politician's attack, but featured no critical analysis or questioning of the remark.  Instead, Kelly O'Donnell explained, "Today, a top Senate Democrat compared Lynch's treatment by Senate Republicans to civil rights ic

Harold Ford Jr. claims that Hillary's Separation From 'Much Ado About Nothing'

Richard Haass (Pres. Council on Foreign Relations) is not suprised that Secretaries of State have the "courtesy of not signing" the seperation document.

Video cross-posted here at NewsBusters. During an appearance on Fox News’ The Five on Wednesday, Juan Williams rejected evidence that the Obama administration had cooked the books to appear as though deportations have increased during his tenure as president. 

Video cross-posted here at NewsBusters. On Wednesday, MSNBC host Alex Wagner continued the “Lean Forward” network’s tradition of vilifying Israeli Benjamin Netanyahu by comparing him to a “Scooby Doo” villain who has just pulled off his mask “revealing himself to be who he is actually.” 

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Read more at NewsBusters here | While conceding that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush are political-dynasty candidates, liberal journalist Jonathan Alter explained on Wednesday's Hardball why he didn't see a one-for-one equivalency between the two. It boils down to this in Alter's mind: Hillary Clinton is a woman and Jeb Bush is, God bless him, a decent man but one of mediocre intellect.