Skip to comments.MEDIA BIAS: THE 2001 AWARDS
Posted on 12/31/2001 1:22:25 AM PST by sarcasmEdited on 05/26/2004 5:03:05 PM PDT by Jim Robinson. [history]
December 31, 2001 -- For 14 years now, the Media Research Center has been compiling its list of "notable quotables." The quotes come from prominent members of the mainstream news media and provide a clear window into the left-liberal mindset that pervades most of America's large news organizations. At the end of the year, the center - with help from a panel of outside judges - chooses the "best" notable quotables. This year's crop tellingly reveals the media's contemporary spirit and obsessions - which revolve, as usual, around contempt for all things conservative. Actually, the winners more or less explain themselves. Happy New Year!
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and they'll get reams of bias... on the culprits' own words!
They give a thumbs up to Hillary for coming into her own as a Senator.
Many here would never see these pieces of bias were it not for the efforts of organizations like MRC.
I thank Reed and Brent for absorbing such levels of toxin so that we don't have to.
"Throughout his eight years in office, President Clinton warned us that the next great menace was international terrorism. . . . He also brought unprecedented prosperity to our nation, and because of that, President [Bush] can use the surplus Mr. Clinton left behind to pay for many of the nation's needs in this time of crisis. . . . This lecture series is about the human spirit. To me and millions of others, President Clinton has always personified that. He is the man from Hope, and that is what he has given us, hope. We miss him. Thank you, Mr. President."- Helen Thomas, former UPI White House reporter, introducing Clinton before Greater Washington Society of Association Executives. . .
The Free-Market's Solution to Media Bias: FOXNews
CBS: Gunga Dan Rather's Home Site
FR Article Search for: Media Bias
All in the [Liberal Media] Family. . .
Happy New Year everyone!
I haven't watched network news for about 3 years now. No high mindedness on my own part, just an incompetent cable company.
So looking at some of these I am as Hillary would say "Shocked, and terribly disappointed "
"You know, the U.S. is the only industrialized nation, I didnt know this until today, that doesnt spend federal money promoting tourism. Do you think it should?"
Question from NBCs Katie Couric to Maryland Governor Parris Glendening on the October 1 Today. Glendening, a liberal Democrat, said no. 
"So, Im getting less chips, paying the same amount of money. Is that legal for them to do this?"
CBSs Julie Chen questioning Carol Foreman Tucker of the Consumer Federation of America about companies charging the same price for smaller snack food packages, January 3 Early Show. 
"After pepperoni pizza and banana milkshakes once, I dreamed about Bill Clinton."
Diane Sawyer talking with her Good Morning America co-host Charles Gibson about a study which claimed that Republicans have three times as many nightmares while they sleep as do Democrats, July 10. 
Charles Gibson: "Have you ever it just occurred to me have you ever, in the first hundred days, consulted or called former President Clinton?"
President Bush: "No, I havent."
Gibson: "To talk to him?"
President Bush: "No, I have not."
Gibson: "Dont feel the need?"
Exchange during taped interview aired on the April 25 Good Morning America. 
Return bump... the only people who don't believe there's tons of bias in the media.... ....is the Media themselves-- funny, huh?
These folks sure do their homework well and CCRM and AIM too.
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