Accuracy in Media

Top 10 Misreported or Underreported Stories of the Year

Top 10 Misreported or Underreported Stories of the Year Obamacare’s Failings: From the rollout to the substance Benghazi: Scandal or Blunders? Pope Francis is TIME’s Person of the Year. Why? IRS Targeting of Conservative groups Edward Snowden and the NSA spying scandal Government Shutdown Obama’s Syria “Red Line” Debacle Obama’s DOJ Unleashed on Opponents, Reporters […]

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Barack Obama divides America with Trayvon Martin speech

WASHINGTON — Instead on focusing on the country’s $16 trillion debt, surging unemployment, a stagnant economy and global conflicts, President Barack Obama gave a speech last Friday on the Trayvon Martin case. News outlets like Reuters report that Obama’s most important quote was that Martin “could have been me, 35 years ago”. He also disparaged […]

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How Obama Truly Was Like Trayvon Martin

The Huffington Post has perfected the smear technique of expressing shock and anger at things that conservatives say which make complete sense and are factually based. “Hannity’s Awful Reaction To Obama’s Trayvon Martin Comments” was the headline over Fox News host Sean Hannity’s reaction to President Obama comparing himself to Trayvon Martin. Hannity said he […]

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MSNBC Crushed by Zimmerman Verdict

MSNBC, which devoted a large chunk of airtime to covering the George Zimmerman trial, got crushed Saturday night as the network finished a distant fourth place in the ratings, based on preliminary figures released today. During the 10-11 p.m. hour, when the verdict was released, Fox News had 3,682,000 total viewers, followed by CNN with […]

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CNN Commentator Embarrassed By Zimmerman Verdict

After the not-guilty verdict was handed down, George Zimmerman attorney Mark O’Mara strongly criticized the media’s role in getting his client charged in the case.  He compared the media to “mad scientists” who had turned Zimmerman into a “monster.” He said the media “took a story that was fed to you and you ran with […]

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Trayvon Martin & George Zimmerman Trial gets UGLY

WASHINGTON — U.S. President Barack Obama has chosen not to interfere in the trial of neighborhood watch captain George Zimmerman, who killed a black teenager named Trayvon Martin. Obama politicized the issue as racism at work after he said that if he had a son, he’d look like Trayvon Martin. Obama has two daughters but […]

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Obama Stimulus Money for Video Games and Racial Studies

An important revelation from author Edward Klein is the name of the Obama ally who allegedly offered a $150,000 bribe to Obama pastor Jeremiah Wright to be quiet until after the 2008 election. Klein named him as Dr. Eric Whitaker, executive vice president and associate dean at the University of Chicago Medical Center. A close […]

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WaPo’s Capehart : “My Faith In the Justice System Has Been Restored with Zimmerman Prosecution” [Video]

Last night on MSNBC’s Hardball, during a segment on the media coverage of the Trayvon Martin case, MSNBC contributor and Washington Post editorial board member Jonathan Capehart said that his faith in the justice system—which was suffering—has been restored now that Florida has decided to prosecute George Zimmerman. Matthews: But how do we get to […]

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December 2013

12/17/2013 - Top 10 Misreported or Underreported Stories of the Year

July 2013

7/22/2013 - Barack Obama divides America with Trayvon Martin speech

7/21/2013 - How Obama Truly Was Like Trayvon Martin

7/15/2013 - MSNBC Crushed by Zimmerman Verdict

7/15/2013 - George Zimmerman found Not Guilty, Trayvon Martin supporters go to Twitter & Facebook

7/14/2013 - CNN Commentator Embarrassed By Zimmerman Verdict

7/2/2013 - Trayvon Martin & George Zimmerman Trial gets UGLY

May 2012

5/25/2012 - Obama Stimulus Money for Video Games and Racial Studies

April 2012

4/12/2012 - WaPo’s Capehart : “My Faith In the Justice System Has Been Restored with Zimmerman Prosecution” [Video]

4/9/2012 - American Family Radio; Media watchdog: NBC’s edit wasn’t an ‘error’