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  • Georgia special election goes to runoff as GOP gets wakeup call

    04/18/2017 11:27:57 PM PDT · by MeneMeneTekelUpharsin · 52 replies
    CNN ^ | 4-19-2017 | Eric Bradner
    Atlanta, Georgia (CNN)Republicans were served another reminder of President Donald Trump's unpopularity Tuesday as Democrat Jon Ossoff nearly captured a House seat in a region that for decades has been a conservative stronghold, with the Democrat ultimately falling just short of the percent needed to avoid a runoff. CNN projects that Ossoff will miss the 50% he needed to win outright. He and the other top vote-getter -- Republican candidate Karen Handel -- will now face off on their own in June.
  • AP Item on 'Summer Jobs Initiative' Omits That Most of 180,000 'Opportunities' Are Unpaid

    01/05/2012 2:51:47 PM PST · by Nachum · 12 replies
    Newsbusters ^ | 1/5/12 | Tom Blumer
    An unbylined item appearing at the Associated Press shortly after midnight (captured in full as a graphic here due to its brevity; for fair use and discussion purposes) crowed about how President Barack Obama "is looking to boost summer job prospects for kids," has "gotten commitments for nearly 180,000 youth employment opportunities for next summer," and only says that "Many of the positions would be unpaid training opportunities." How many? Well, most, according to the Hill's Eric Wasson: Obama to launch summer-jobs initiative President Obama on Thursday will unveil a summer-jobs initiative that the White House says is already on...
  • NPR's Liasson Omits Critics of 'Comprehensive' Immigration Reform

    On Friday's Morning Edition, NPR's Mara Liasson conspicuously excluded conservatives who are opposed to "comprehensive" immigration reform proposals, such as those forwarded by former President George W. Bush, during a report on Utah's new and "milder" immigration law. Liasson emphasized the state's "conservative politics," but couldn't find any conservatives who opposed the law. Host Renee Montagne introduced the correspondent's report by highlighting how "Arizona's tough immigration law has received extensive coverage, and there's been a lot of talk about similar measures in other states. Yet, one of Arizona's neighbors, also known for its conservative politics, has taken a very different...
  • ABC Omits Jane Russell's Pro-Life Views, Cites Her 'Back Alley Abortion'

    03/02/2011 5:04:34 PM PST · by Nachum · 2 replies
    Newsbusters ^ | 3/2/11 | Matthew Balan
    On Tuesday's World News, ABC's David Wright highlighted actress Jane Russell's "botched back-alley abortion in high school," which led her to push "hard to expand adoption," but he failed to mention that she described herself as "vigorously pro-life," and that she was a conservative activist. Wright's report aired at the end of the evening news program. The correspondent spent most of the segment on Russell's movie career, specifically her roles in "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" and "The Outlaw." Near the end, however, Wright noted that the actress was "also politically active," and continued with the abortion issue: "She wrote in her...
  • Brown's tale of frugality omits $1.8 million home

    06/22/2010 10:40:50 AM PDT · by Nachum · 3 replies
    breitbart ^ | 6/22/10 | By SAMANTHA YOUNG
    SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) - When he takes to the campaign trail, Jerry Brown is fond of reminding voters that he shunned the governor's mansion in Sacramento in favor of a rented apartment during his first tour in the executive office and lived in a downtown loft in Oakland while he was mayor of the crime-ridden city. The stories are part of a campaign narrative of frugality. The Democratic nominee wants voters to remember that when they consider whether to send him back to the governor's office as California faces a $19 billion budget deficit, an unemployment rate above 12 percent...
  • Democrats: HSD Omits Right-Wing Threats

    04/19/2005 6:35:15 PM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 14 replies · 795+ views
    AP on Yahoo ^ | 4/19/05 | Lara Jakes Jordan - AP
    WASHINGTON - The Homeland Security Department is focusing on possible terror threats from radical environmental and animal rights activists without also examining risks that might be posed by right-wing extremists, House Democrats said Tuesday. A recent internal Homeland Security document lists the Animal Liberation Front and the Earth Liberation Front with a few Islamic groups that could potentially support al-Qaida as domestic terror threats. The document does not address threats posed by white supremacists, violent militiamen, anti-abortion bombers and other extremists that Rep. Bennie G. Thompson (news, bio, voting record), D-Miss., called "right-wing hate groups." ALF and ELF "are the...
  • UN Report Omits P.A. As Child-Warrior Sponsor

    12/19/2002 1:13:58 PM PST · by Nachum · 7 replies · 281+ views
    Arutz 7 ^ | Dec. 19, 2002 | staff
    U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan has issued a new report to the Security Council condemning 23 nations and movements that recruit child soldiers - yet one entity particularly known for massive recruitment of child warriors is conspicuously absent: the Palestinian Authority. "For the first time in an official report to the Security Council," said Olara Otunnu, Annan's special representative for children and armed conflict, "those who violate standards for the protection of war-affected children have been specifically named and listed." Despite this blanket statement, WorldNetDaily.com reports that amidst cited offenders such as Afghanistan, Colombia, the Philippines, Sudan, and many others, the...