Accuracy in Media

Sen. Coburn Calls Out MSNBC Panel For Tea Party Remarks

Sen. Tom Coburn (R-OK) took issue with Thursday’s Morning Joe panel and their negative Tea Party comments. The panel, which consisted of MSNBNC regulars Donny Deutsch, Mike Barnicle, Lawrence O’Donnell, Sam Stein of the Huffington Post, Jonathan Capehart of The Washington Post and The New York Times’ Gail Collins, had been disparaging the Tea Party […]

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Fox News Getting More Hits Than New York Times?

The Drudge Report alerted us all yesterday to a startling fact: Fox News got more hits last week than The New York Times did. To be fair, the Hitwise Report Drudge linked to pointed out that when measuring market share of visits, they didn’t count traffic to the nytimes.com sub domains. Still, it is telling […]

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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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CNN Article on 9/12 March Surprisingly Unbiased

This article from CNN’s Shannon Travis, entitled “Tea Party activists gather in Washington ahead of midterm elections,” featured some surprisingly objective coverage of the 9/12/10 March in Washington, D.C. Travis fairly discussed the rally and its purpose, accurately quoting several of the speakers. Those making trouble at the rally were rightly described as “hecklers.” Because […]

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August 2012

8/3/2012 - Sen. Coburn Calls Out MSNBC Panel For Tea Party Remarks

September 2010

9/24/2010 - Fox News Getting More Hits Than New York Times?

9/23/2010 - New Poll Shows Bias Crisis for Mainstream Media

9/16/2010 - NYT Hating on Republicans Again

9/16/2010 - CNN Article on 9/12 March Surprisingly Unbiased