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NPR to More Clearly Label Opinion to Lessen Listener Confusion

National Public Radio plans to change the way it labels labels opinion content online, according to NPR ombudsman Elizabeth Jensen. Beginning on July 25, online content currently labeled as “Commentary” will be labeled “Opinion.” In an internal memo on Thursday, Sara Goo, interim managing editor for digital news, and Mark Memmott, NPR’s standards and practices […]

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AIM Release: The Left’s National Vote Fraud Strategy Exposed

WASHINGTON, May 8, 2012 – Accuracy in Media’s Center for Investigative Journalism released a special report exposing the history, current tactics and implications of progressive vote fraud and intimidation. “The ultimate goal is systematized, taxpayer-funded voting machinery that will guarantee maximum participation from the Left’s voting demographic while undermining the ability to manage elections and […]

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The Left’s National Vote Fraud Strategy Exposed – ADDENDUM

1. As ACORN whistleblower Anita MonCrief has described, and documented by numerous criminal investigations, ACORN canvassers are trained to do this. Registration fraud is not due to a few bad actors working alone, but a premeditated consequence of ACORN training. Nevada Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto said that ACORN’s training manuals “clearly detail, condone and… […]

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The Left’s National Vote Fraud Strategy Exposed

This report reveals the Left’s vote fraud strategy for the 2012 elections. Like a KGB operation, it is thorough, multi-faceted and redundant. It has overt and covert, illegal and legal elements, the latter of which are designed, at least in part, to facilitate illegal activities later. It is a deliberate, premeditated, comprehensive plan to win […]

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MSNBC Separates the News from the Views?

Politico’s Dylan Byers reports that MSNBC does in fact have news shows as opposed to “point of view shows.” MSNBC considers everything from 3 p.m. into primetime to be “point of view” shows. That includes Martin Bashir, Dylan Ratigan, Chris Matthews, Al Sharpton, Ed Schultz, Rachel Maddow, and Lawrence O’Donnell. Meanwhile, the shows that run from […]

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NYT Hating on Republicans Again

Lest we think the New York Times can go a day without hating on Republicans, witness the following from yesterday’s editorial. Emphasis mine: Republican leaders have to decide if they want the tiny fraction of furious voters who have showed up at the primary polls to steer them into the swamp for years ahead. They […]

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July 2017

7/25/2017 - NPR to More Clearly Label Opinion to Lessen Listener Confusion

May 2016

5/24/2016 - John Oliver Doesn’t Mention Socialism Once During Segment on Venezuela

March 2015

3/14/2015 - Survey: Newspapers Least Essential Medium in Our Lives

May 2012

5/8/2012 - AIM Release: The Left’s National Vote Fraud Strategy Exposed

5/8/2012 - The Left’s National Vote Fraud Strategy Exposed – ADDENDUM

5/8/2012 - The Left’s National Vote Fraud Strategy Exposed

March 2012

3/25/2012 - MSNBC Separates the News from the Views?

September 2010

9/16/2010 - NYT Hating on Republicans Again