"In the spirit of Sesame Street, the president's remarks tonight are brought to you by the letter 'O' and the number '16 trillion.'"
At the Media Research Center's 25th Anniversary Gala, Brent Bozell plays interview clips for the audience, asking them to vote for the worst liberally biased journalist in history.
Starting at about 1:48 mark, you can see why the former CBS News anchor was given the "dishonor, which was presented at the Media Research Center's 25th Anniversary Gala in Washington, DC on Thursday.
Sarah Palin doesn’t deserve the ridicule she receives from the mainstream media, nor does she merit the adulation she inspires from her legions of fans. The over-reaction on each side feeds the super-heated response on the other.
When the folks at CBS shooed Katie Couric out the door, one could almost hear the harrumph with which Scott Pelley was reinstalling the Old Regime of Ed Murrow.
As much as CNN likes to tell the public and advertisers that it's squarely in the sensible center between the partisan attacks of MSNBC and Fox News, the reality says otherwise.
The news leaked out Monday that Katie Couric is stepping down from her failed experiment as the anchor of the "CBS Evening News."
On March 2, two U.S. airmen were gunned down at an airport Germany. Two other Americans were wounded. The assailant was a radical Muslim. This was a huge story to most Americans, but, naturally, not to our news media.
During the 2008 campaign, Hillary Clinton suggested that if the emergency phone rang at 3 a.m. in the White House, you wouldn't want President Obama picking it up.
Barack Obama's new era of civility was over before it began. You wouldn't know it from reading The New York Times, watching Katie Couric or listening to the Democratic manners police.
Broadcast networks mention Obamas incompetence just nine times in two years.
Actor Charlie Sheen has been all over the news this week in the wake of yet another porn "star" and cocaine bender.
It seems rather ironic that Hollywood doesn't want to make movies about Ronald Reagan. Perhaps it's because virtually no one in the industry can stand his belief system.
Our national media elite reviewed 2010 with great sorrow for how America has besmirched itself in the eyes of the world with its "seething hatred" of Muslims.
When ABC's Barbara Walters deems Sarah Palin one of the year's "Most Fascinating People," it's a backhanded compliment.
It took a man to break the porcelain ceiling in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Just as Charlie Gibson did in his interview with Sarah Palin, Katie Couric set out to humiliate the Republican vice-presidential candidate with a series of "gotcha" questions.