AP: All the News That Fits the Narrative…

November 18, 2009

AP Buries Inconvenient Results of Latest Healthcare Poll

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AP and Clear Bias

July 13, 2009

Here’s an effusive AP article trying to spread the love.


Pliability Journalism

January 27, 2009

Many examples of how change comes to the Associated Press.

If 90% of mainstream media members voted for Republicans instead of Democrats the media would be just as biased but in the opposite direction.


Is inauguration extravagance worth the expense?

January 16, 2009

According to the AP, it depends on the party.  What bias?


AP again can’t Name That Party

December 21, 2008

Report says Ohio’s former AG raided campaign cash.  Uh what party was that?  Party affiliation should ALWAYS be displayed.  Why is it that corruption in one party violates this basic rule?  What bias?

via Glen


The AP Media Verdict on Election Spending Is In…

December 5, 2008

Obama had a record shattering $745,000,000 fundraising haul by rejecting public financing in spite of a written pledge to accept it while McCain abided by his pledge to accept public financing.  If the Democratic/Republican roles were reversed the headlines would all be about how the election was bought and paid for with private funds.  So what does the AP again choose to highlight?  Sexist coverage of funds spent on Palin…

What bias?


Post-Election Coverage: What a Difference a Day Makes

November 13, 2008

Did you know that bombings are now a positive sign of progress in Iraq? That Obama’s promises are not likely to be kept and that’s OK? That taxpayers didn’t really want tax cuts anyway? The story lines have changed dramatically since the election.