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top MRC's DisHonor Awards
 
Roasting the Most Outrageously Biased Liberal Reporters of 2005
Thursday, March 30, 2006
Grand Hyatt Washington

 

Cal Thomas, Larry Kudlow, Tony Blankley Mark Levin, Jack Singlaub, Stan Evans, Linda Chavez, Ken Cribb and Ron Robinson highlighted the presentations and acceptances of MRC’s “2006 DisHonors Awards: Roasting the Most Outrageously Biased Liberal Reporters of 2005,” which were presented on Thursday night, March 30, before an audience of more than 900 packed into the Independence Ballroom of the Grand Hyatt hotel in Washington, D.C.

Following the presentation of the DisHonors Awards videos in five categories (see links to videos below), a look at several unintentionally humorous clips from network newscasts and the audience picking the Quote of the Year, those in attendance watched a “Tribute to the American Military” video. It was preceded by a “Toast to the Fallen Comrade and followed by remarks from Herman Cain, the former President of Godfather's Pizza and National Chairman of the MRC's Free Market Project.

DisHonors Awards winners were selected by a distinguished panel of 17 leading media observers, including Rush Limbaugh, Steve Forbes, Sean Hannity, Laura Ingraham, Robert Novak and Mary Matalin, who served as judges.

Cal Thomas, a syndicated columnist and panelist on FNC's Fox Newswatch, served as Master of Ceremonies. Lawrence Kudlow, host of CNBC's Kudlow & Company and National Review Online's economics editor, was the first presenter of nominated video clips, followed by Washington Times Editorial Page Editor Tony Blankley and nationally syndicated radio talk show host Mark Levin.

In place of the journalist who won each award, a conservative accepted it in jest. Those standing in for the winners: Major General Jack Singlaub (Retired), radio talk show host and conservative commentator Linda Chavez, Ron Robinson, President of the Young America's Foundation, Ken Cribb, President of the Intercollegiate Studies Institute and a former Reagan administration official, and author Stan Evans, the founder of the National Journalism Center, who delivered an especially hilarious routine.

The evening began with welcoming remarks from Cal Thomas, an invocation by Reverend Robert Sirico, President of the Acton Institute, and the Pledge of Allegiance led by Colonel Robert Rust (Retired).


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Cal Thomas welcomes attendees, the invocation and the pledge of allegiance
 

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Cal Thomas introduces Lawrence Kudlow, also known as “Larry Kudlow, capitalist”
 


MRC's “Tribute to the American Military" video

Videos of Award Nominees and Winners:
 

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  Slam Uncle Sam Award
See nominees and winner | Accepted by Maj. General Jack Singlaub
  Cindy Sheehan Media Hero Award
See nominees and winner | Accepted by Linda Chavez
  Send Bush to Abu Ghraib Award
See nominees and winner | Accepted by Ron Robinson
  Aaron Brown Memorial Award for Stupidest Analysis
See nominees and winner | Accepted by Ken Cribb
  I’m Not a Political Genius But I Play One on TV Award
See nominees and winner | Accepted by Stan Evans

 

 


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