[i]Don Irvine is the chairman of [url=http://aim.org]Accuracy in Media[/url] and its sister organization Accuracy in Academia. As the son of Reed Irvine, who launched AIM in 1969, he developed an understanding of media bias at an early age, and has been actively involved with AIM for over 30 years.[/i]
Josh Earnest, who served as White House Press Secretary for the last 2 1/2 years of Barack Obama’s presidency, has joined NBC News and MSNBC as a political analyst, according to an announcement from the networks on Monday.
MSNBC’s Chris Matthews is still upset by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s (R-KY) decision last year to not act on President Obama’s nomination of Merrick Garland to the Supreme Court. In fact he is imploring Democrats to vote against “Mr. Nice Guy” Neil Gorsuch, saying “it’s not his turn.”
“Donald Trump wants the United States Senate to confirm his pick, Donald Trump’s pick for the U.S. Supreme Court. He wants Democrats to join Republicans in giving his pick the 60 votes to override the expected filibuster.
Let me suggest a very good reason not to let this happen‚Äîit’s not about Trump’s pick, it’s about President Obama’s pick, the one Mitch McConnell and his bunch decided did not even deserve a vote, did not even deserve a hearing, did not even deserve the respect of someone nominated to this high position.”
Former interim Democratic National Committee chairwoman admitted in a Time.com column on Friday that she did share CNN town hall topics with the Clinton campaign while employed by the network, and says that doing so was a mistake that she will never forget.
The New York Times released a major 5,000 word investigative report exposing Obama administration appointees’ abuse of a federal program to compensate farmers who had faced discrimination. Back in 2010, however, the Times had urged for faster compensation and less bureaucratic roadblocks for the “Pigford” defendants:
Conservative radio talk-show host and budding Internet entrepreneur Glenn Beck announced plans on Tuesday to expand his news operation at The Blaze by opening three foreign bureaus, and refocusing it as a libertarian network.
During a discussion on Current TV about the just passed Michigan right-to-work law, left-wing filmmaker and Michigan native Michael Moore told host Jennifer Granholm that he was “optimistic about the future” because people who voted for Reagan are dead now:
On Tuesday, MSNBC’s Hardball host Chris Matthews interviewed both the head of the United Auto Workers (UAW) in Michigan and the state director of Americans for Prosperity (AFP) about the state legislature’s passage of a right-to-work law earlier that day.
While being interviewed on Sunday’s Meet the Press about the fiscal cliff, New York Times White House correspondent Helene Cooper said that she noticed that the White House has a completely different attitude about debt negotiations with the Republicans than they did in 2011:
The New York Times is reporting that former NBCUniversal CEO Jeff Zucker is likely to be named the new president of CNN in the next few weeks, capping a search for a successor to Jim Walton, who announced in July that he would be retiring at the end of the year.
As if anyone needed more proof that MSNBC has a strong Democratic and left-wing bias, along comes a new study by the Pew Research Center’s Project for Excellence in Journalism which shows that MSNBC has been far more negative in its coverage of Mitt Romney than Fox News has of President Obama.
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