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James Brolin

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  James Brolin Touts 9/11 Conspiracy Web Site on The View
Brolin: "Hey, we’ve got to start wondering. We all used to hate each other, and you gotta start – I mean, we all used to get along. We were Americans. Now we're split and arguing. So who's fault is that, and what’s going wrong, and think about the issues."
Rosie: "Good point, Mister."
Behar: "We know whose fault it is. Let's not pretend."
Then Brolin dropped the conspiracy bomb: "And for starters, can I tell you to have a look at www.911weknow.com? And then wait until I see you next time."
Rosie sensed the danger: "We don't know what that is, but we know that ‘Wedding Wars’ airs Monday night on A&E. James Brolin, it’s delightful to see you. You are delightful just to know."
 



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  MRC’s Tim Graham Discusses Time’s “People Who Mattered”
“Hypocrites, that’s the way they see it. I mean, their whole line is, basically the liberal greatest hits of the year, all the things that delighted us. You know, just the arrogance seeps through in this whole, whole the idea that the Bush team is the access of denial. As if Time magazine says ‘we are the determiners of what’s reality.’ I mean, what’s really not reality is the idea is that this is a news magazine and not just a journal of liberal snarky opinions.”

-- MRC Director of Media Analysis Tim Graham, FNC’s Your World, December 20, 2006
 


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  MRC President Brent Bozell Discusses Joy Behar’s Inflammatory Statements
“On the one hand, with the, with the Rumsfeld quote, what you’ve got is, is the far left feeling it perfectly acceptable to insult conservatives and Republicans by any means necessary, including equating them to the perpetuators of the, of the Holocaust.”
-- MRC Founder and President Brent Bozell, FNC, Hannity & Colmes, Dec 19, 2006
 


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  Behar Suggests 'Hitler Type, Like...Rumsfeld' for Person of Year
Behar: "Do you think anybody cares about it anymore, about the Time magazine 'Person of the Year'?
Elisabeth Hasselbeck:
"Well, they would if they put a person on there."
O'Donnell:
"Who would you have put?"
Hasselbeck:
"I don't know."
Behar:
"You have to put, you have to put like a Hitler type, like you put Donald Rumsfeld there or something, somebody who's like-"
[audience members boo]
--
ABC, The View, Dec 18, 2006
 


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  MSNBC Gives Hour to Olbermann's 'Special Comment' Attacks on Bush
Announcer: "2006: The year one journalist took a stand."
Announcer, quoting Los Angeles Times:
"'Keith Olbermann's gloves come off."
Keith Olbermann:
"How dare you ever spin 9/11?"
Announcer:
"The year one news man made his voice heard."
Announcer, quoting San Francisco Chronicle:
"'He has found a point of view and isn't afraid to use it.'"
Olbermann:
"The leading terrorist group in this country right now is the Republican Party."
-- Keith Olbermann, Countdown, MSNBC, Dec. 18, 2006
 


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  Joy Behar Suggests GOP Caused Senator Tim Johnson's Illness
Joy Behar: “Is there such a thing as a man-made stroke? In other words, did someone do this to him?”
Dari Alexander:
“Maybe they gave him polonium.”
Rosie O’Donnell [laughing]:
“Oh no, no.”
Elisabeth Hasselbeck:
“Let me ask you something. Why is everything from a liberal perspective a conspiracy? This is a conspiracy.”
Behar:
“I know what this- that party is capable of.”
-ABC The View, December 14, 2006
 


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  CNN on Bush: 'Kool-Aid' Drinking President Won't Admit 'Failure'
Suzanne Malveaux: "President Bush and his closest ally, British Prime Minister Tony Blair, have stood shoulder to shoulder on the Iraq war since the very beginning. Critics calling Mr. Bush 'the cowboy' for stubbornly leading the charge, and Mr. Blair 'the poodle' for obediently following. But three years since the U.S. invasion, the two are still adamant their Iraq mission is sound. President Bush didn't just drink the Kool-Aid, he made it. But perhaps now it's a little less sweet."
-- Suzanne Malveaux, CNN, Anderson Cooper: 360, Dec. 7, 2006
 


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  NBC’s Matt Lauer Urges Al Gore to Run for President and ‘Save the Planet’
Matt Lauer: “If you were to run for president …. You could be in a position to save the planet.”
Al Gore:
“I appreciate the impulse behind the question. …”
-- Exchange between Today co-host Matt Lauer and former Vice President Al Gore, NBC, Today, Dec. 6, 2006
 


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  Couric Touts 'Rare Interview' with Maliki That's One Question
Couric: "The recommendations of the Baker commission were not discussed here in Amman today -- at least that's what the Iraqi Prime Minister told me when he sat down for a rare interview just after his meeting with the President. It was a lightning-fast summit, but as he made a dash to the airport to go home-"
Couric, walking beside, but behind Maliki, pointing to a door:
"And then you're leaving out here, yes?"
Couric:
"Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki took a few minutes to give us an unusually upbeat assessment of the summit's outcome."
Prime Minister Maliki, through translator, as he sat on a sofa opposite Couric: "I'm very happy. I reminded both of us of our victory in Iraq, the victory of democracy and freedom against dictatorship."
-- Katie Couric, CBS, CBS Evening News, Nov 30, 2006
 

See & Hear the Bias Archive
2007 Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep      
2006 Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
2005 - - Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
For additional video clips of media bias going back to 1999, check out our annual DisHonors Awards and our archive of the Best Notable Quotables: Awards for the Year's Worst Reporting.

 


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