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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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  Rosie Climbs the Grassy Knoll
"It is the first time in history that fire has ever melted steel. I do believe that it defies physics for the World Trade Center Tower Seven, building seven, which collapsed in on itself — it is impossible for a building to fall the way it fell without explosives being involved...World Trade Center One and Two got hit by planes. Seven, miraculously, the first time in history, steel was melted by fire. It is physically impossible."
-- Rosie, O’Donnell, The View, ABC, March 29, 2007.
 



  “Movie Star” Gore: “A Winner”
"Also in Washington today, a lot of excitement on Capitol Hill. A movie star showed up to testify before Congress — a movie star named Al Gore."
-- Katie Couric , Evening News, CBS, March 21, 2007.
 



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  CNN Anchor Lauds Liberal Senator’s Attack on GOP Member: ‘Good For Her’
Co-Anchor Brianna Keiler: “Wow. All right. That was quite an exchange. And, you know, we were expecting something from Senator James Inhofe. He is a critic of global warming. In fact, he once said that global warming is the greatest hoax ever perpetuated on the American people. So, certainly, we were expecting something from him. We thought maybe it might be with him and former Vice President Al Gore, but it ended up between him and Senator Barbara Boxer. She really got a stinger in there, I will say.
Co-Anchor Don Lemon:
[laughs, then quietly] “Good for her.”
-- Anchors discussing Senator Barbara Boxer (D-CA) asserting her authority of Senator James Inhofe (R-OK), CNN Newsroom, March 21, 2007.
 



  Pity the Poor Loveless Dictator
"Well, he was not what I expected. He was very dignified. He was warm, friendly. He likes the U.S. It’s George Bush that he doesn’t like. He also was very personal. He talked about how hard his life was, that he wished he could be in love but you can’t be when you are heading a country."
-- Barbara Walters recounting her interview with Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, Nightline, ABC March 16, 2007.
 



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  Brent Bozell on Fox and Friends on Clinton’s Attorney Firings in 1993
“When Bill Clinton was president, he replaced 92 of them at one time, at one fell swoop. There were some critics who pointed out that a couple of these attorneys were investigating people like Dan Rostenkowski, who was then the head of the House Ways and Means Committee and the Clintons. But at the time the ‘Washington Post’ ran editorials blasting the critics saying that, that was just unnecessary and under the belt and one shouldn’t do that kind of stuff.”
-- MRC President Brent Bozell on FNC's Fox & Friends, March 15, 2007.
 



  America’s Army of Losers
"I think a draft produces a better Army than the one we would have with all volunteers, because I think you get average Americans if you have a draft. And if it’s an all-volunteer Army, you get people who join up because of some problem in their own lives. They don’t have anything else to do, they don’t have a job, or they can’t find what they want to do, so they join the Army. And it doesn’t produce the best Army."
-- CBS's Andy Rooney, Imus in the Morning, MSNBC, March 14, 2007.
 



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  MRC's Bozell on Hannity & Colmes
"In 1993 when Clinton let go of every attorney out there, the media took that as something that was so acceptable that it was only a one day story for most. But for some, including ABC and CNN, it was never a story. But when Bush does it with eight, with one tenth as many, you've got scandal in the air."
-- MRC President Brent Bozell on FNC's Hannity & Colmes, March 14, 2007.
 



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  Richard Gere on CBS's Late Show: 'We Have a President Right Now Who Lies Constantly'
"We have a President right now who lies constantly and gets away with it apparently."
-- Richard Gere, Late Show with David Letterman, CBS, Mar 14, 2007.
 



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  Janet Reno Announcing She’s Firing U.S. Attorneys, 1993
“I have asked for their resignations at the request of the president.”
-- Former Attorney General Janet Reno on Clinton firing 93 US Attorneys, 1993
 



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  MRC's Tim Graham on The Big Story Discussing Anti-Pelosi LA Times Editorial
“Well, it seems weird that somehow the editorial pages are a little bit tougher on the Democrats than the news reporters seem to be, so that’s, that’s sort of backwards.”
-- MRC’s Tim Graham on FNC’s The Big Story, March 12, 2007.
 



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  Rich Noyes on The Big Story Discussing New York Times Scandal Regarding Bribed Teen
“I think it’s serious. I mean, one of the things that distinguishes the story back in December 2005, is that the reporter wrote this long essay that went with it disclosing the contacts he had with this kid to show how involved he was in this story. Well, this is one thing he didn’t disclose. This is, this is part of the story that he decided he was going to conceal.”
-- MRC’s Rich Noyes on FNC’s The Big Story, March 7, 2007.
 


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  MRC’s Graham Discusses NY Times Reporter Who Paid Source $2,000
““I think once again it shows you, the ‘New York Times’ discovers these unpleasant truths about their reporters long after the fact.”
-- MRC’s Tim Graham on Fox News Live, March 7, 2007.
 



  To Bush, Laws “Get in the Way”
"The most interesting part of this story will be whether or not President Bush pardons Libby on his way out the door a year and a half or so down the road. Somehow, it would be the perfect parting gesture for an administration that has come to view things like the Constitution and the nation’s laws as inconveniences that only serve to get in the way of their agenda."
-- Jack Cafferty, The Situation Room, CNN, March 6, 2007.
 



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  On FNC's The Big Story, MRC's Rich Noyes Discusses NBC's Liberal Bias
“One of the big changes is MSNBC, which is NBC’s offspring on cable, has really taken a huge radical shift to the left to try to sort of garner viewers on the hard left, they’re the darling of left wing blogs for the last couple of years. That has seeped over, began to contaminate the mother ship if you will, NBC Nightly News, NBC Today, the other programs.”
--
MRC Research Director Rich Noyes on FNC's The Big Story with John Gibson, March 1, 2007.
 



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  MRC's Brent Bozell on Fox & Friends Discussing The Lost Tomb of Jesus
"The Discovery Channel calls itself, bills itself, as the number one network of nonfiction on television today. The only problem being, this [documentary] is fiction. There is nothing accurate about this piece of nonsense that's going on the air. As a matter of fact, it is not -- it's being denounced not just by all manner of religious scholars, but the scientific community has denounced this. Even the people who participated in this have denounced this. When you get the man who oversaw the actual dig in 1980 calling it nonsense, calling it sheer impossibility, when you've got the curator of the Rockefeller Museum, who worked on the numbering of these ossuaries, saying that your guest, who is coming on next, is pimping to get attention. That it is, again, absolute nonsense, and that he's giving a bad name to archaeology."
-- MRC President Brent Bozell on Fox & Friends March 1, discussing James Cameron's "documentary" alleging the discovery of Jesus' burial site.

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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