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Jorge Ramos Comes Out Against Deportation of Criminal Aliens

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December 14th, 2016 8:00 AM
This interview is perhaps the most consequential to emerge from Univision's still-smoking post-electoral rubble. Over the course of a few minutes, we are shown a definitive editorial direction, and we are treated to admissions that were unimaginable a little over a month ago.

Kurtz Questions Whether CNN Business Strategy 'Viable

May 23rd, 2010 4:06 PM
It's turned into something of a week for TV hosts, if not to bite, then at least to nibble hard on the hands that feed them . . . First, as noted here, on Friday Joe Scarborough passed along the comment of an unnamed conservative biggie who wondered "what the hell [Rand Paul] was doing on MSNBC?", where during an interview with Rachel Maddow he caused controversy with his comments on…

CNN’s Zahn and Her Guests Use Death of Ohio Woman to Target Male Gun

June 27th, 2007 11:20 AM

CNN's Paula Zahn Cites NewsBusters' Brent Baker

June 7th, 2007 4:05 PM
MRC intern Michael Lanza caught a passing reference on the June 6 "Paula Zahn Now" to a June 5 blog entry by NB editor Brent Baker. (See transcript below the fold)Video (0:35): Real (1.57 MB) or Windows (1.10 MB), plus MP3 (156 kB).In "NBC's Williams Showcases Obama Blaming Bush for Black Despair Going Back to 1991," Baker noted that NBC's June 5 "Nightly News" ran…

Sharpton: Prior to '78, Mormons Weren't 'Real Worshippers of God

May 9th, 2007 9:34 PM

CNN Reveals Truth About Sebelius’s Iraq-Ruined-Kansas Line, But Stil

May 8th, 2007 5:43 PM
Apparently, CNN can't get enough of Kathleen Sebelius, the Democrat governor of Kansas. She made two appearances on CNN on Monday, once on "American Morning," and the other time on "The Situation Room." Both times, she tried to blame the Iraq war for any hampered reactions to the devastation caused by a tornado in Greensburg, Kansas. The same evening, the "Paula Zahn Now…

Olbermann Revels in 'Racist' Limbaugh Getting Yanked Like Imus: 'Best

April 12th, 2007 10:02 PM
Keith Olbermann opened his Wednesday MSNBC show by displaying video of Rush Limbaugh on screen as he smeared conservative talk radio as “racist,” asking, “Why have none from the racist right been protested, boycotted or fired?” He then delighted Thursday night when guest Sam Seder, of the far-left Air America Radio, predicted “the next time Limbaugh slips up, which I think is inevitable, I think…

After Imus, CNN Now Targets Rush Limbaugh

April 12th, 2007 1:21 PM

Paula Zahn Worries U.S. Interrogators at Gitmo Can’t Be Trusted

March 21st, 2007 11:07 AM
There was quite a kangaroo court put together on CNN Tuesday evening largely designed to discredit recent confessions by al Qaeda terrorists Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and Waleed Bin Attash while pointing accusatory fingers of blame at American interrogation methods (video available here). Joining the host on “Paula Zahn Now” was Air America Radio’s Rachel Maddow, Republican strategist Amy Holmes,…

CNN's John Roberts Defends His 'Very Narrowly Sliced' Cheney Attack Pi

March 8th, 2007 10:59 PM
CNN put together a story featuring reporter John Roberts that absolutely hammered Vice President Cheney on Wednesday night’s Paula Zahn Now, concluding with an anonymous Republican suggesting the party needed an "exorcism" to rid itself of all its missteps and corruption.When the Laura Ingraham show played clips, Ingraham suggested reporter John Roberts should call in – and he did.…

MSNBC and CNN Jump to Showcase Time Mag Cover with Cheney Under Dark C

March 8th, 2007 10:01 PM
Time magazine's cover story image as reality? Displaying a mini-instance of pack journalism, MSNBC and CNN shows on Thursday afternoon and night pounced on Time magazine's cover story, “The Verdict on Cheney” beside a picture of Cheney under some dark clouds, as evidence Cheney's influence is declining in the White House in the wake of the Scooter Libby verdict. It may be, but the graphics on a…

CNN Again Confuses Osama and Obama

February 20th, 2007 2:03 PM

The NewsBusters Weekly Recap: February 3 to

February 9th, 2007 10:55 AM
This week, Chris Matthews' anti-Bush bigotry spilled over into a profanity laden rant. The "Hardball" host dropped the F-bomb during a live interview with Don Imus. Meanwhile, CNN’s Paula Zahn connected opposition of illegal immigration to, you guessed it, the Ku Klux Klan. This is the same network, however, that tried to downplay proven religious bigotry by a blogger for the John…

CNN's Paula Zahn Connects Immigration Debate to Recruitment Increase i

February 7th, 2007 2:21 PM