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Let us settle for all time the question whether there is bias in the media.
As seen through the eyes of an unbiased MSNBC show, the election is a all about who you don't like.
How can you translate what our politicians are really telling you.
If we have difficulty calling it Islamic Terrorism, can we have any hope of a finding a defense against the ongoing assault on western civilization.
One of the cheapest shots in politics is to claim that only the unschooled and ignorant could possibly side with the other team. Both Democrats and Republicans make the claim about the other party. Democrats ridicule Republican-leaning voters for being dumb rednecks and undereducated boobs...
I try to avoid the whole TMZ-reality show-Kardashian worship thing. But the recent crack-down on comments that "offend" certain approved victim groups has dragged me in.
As the dust settles on the landmark 2013 North Carolina legislative session, conservatives can look upon the accomplishments of the state legislature and find much to celebrate.
Well, it looks like the mainstream media and their lefty buddies didn't quite get the widespread anarchy and chaos they were counting on in the wake of the verdict in the George Zimmerman trial.
At one point, MSNBC saw that it was getting bludgeoned in the ratings by CNN, Fox News, Bugs Bunny cartoons, Ginsu knife infomercials, and test patterns.
Liberal politicians, left-wing activists, and political commentators have spent months prodding, baiting, and criticizing new Republican Gov. Pat McCrory and the Republican-led state legislature. While occasionally goading their targets into making unwise comments, the obstructionists have...
Rush Limbaugh said that for the first time he was ashamed of his country and his words made the top Drudge headline and generated a ton of comments from talking heads in Washington.
This week of watching the Republican National Convention, I have had a guilty pleasure of switching between Fox and MSNBC, if only for the humor.
During the opening of its coverage of the US Open this past weekend, NBC used the opportunity to make a political statement. It decided to edit the Pledge of Allegiance, taking out the phrase "Under God" (and also the word "indivisible").

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