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Sen. Al Franken Discusses Opposition To Comcast Takeover
Sen. Al Franken discusses his opposition to the Comcast takeover of Time Warner Cable with Reliable Sources' Brian Stelter.
Ben Ferguson Whines MSNBC "Mean-Spirited" To Conservatives
That mean ol' "librul media" hasn't been very nice to Ben Ferguson. After all, fact-based arguments are just so 20th century Read more...
CNN's Sally Kohn: Homophobic Russians Put On 'The Gayest Opening Ceremonies Ever!'
CNN contributor Sally Kohn on Sunday blasted NBC for editing out an anti-discrimination statement made by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) president, but she noted that the network could not hide that the games had the "gayest opening ceremonies ever." Read more...
Reliable Sources Laughs At The Death Of Journalism
Sure, Conan O'Brien is a comedian, but should we be laughing at his bit highlighting news hackery? Read more...
Reliable Sources Suggests FNC's Demographics Influenced Megyn Kelly's Santa Comments
Did the overwhelming white, male senior demographic to Fox News viewership give the inducement to Megyn Kelly's insistence that Santa is white? Read more...

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Being A Right-Winger Means Never Having To Say You're Sorry
The Blaze contributor Amy Holmes refuses to say her boss Glenn Beck should have apologized for his remarks about President Obama being a racist. Read more...
Reliable Sources: ACA Coverage Stresses Politics, Ignores Policy
When media has a choice to report politics over policy, politics wins. Every time. Read more...
Former Schweitzer Aide: Fox Essentially A Republican Television Channel
Former aide to Gov. Schweitzer turned fact-finder and guest blogger for Salon, did not have any kind words for GOPTV, otherwise known as Fox "news" on this Sunday's Reliable Sources. Read more...
Reliable Sources Tackles Corporate Media's War Bias
After the President announced his intent to seek Congressional approval for action against Syria for their use of chemical weapons, corporate media proved they've learned nothing from the past. Read more...
It looks like Howard Kurtz decided to grease the wheels to make his transition to Fox a little easier during his final show on CNN. Nothing like carrying a little water for your new employer on your way out the door. Read more...