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Ratings-Challenged MSNBC Scores Coup With Hillary Clinton Interview

Hillary Clinton will give a sit-down interview to veteran NBC News correspondent Andrea Mitchell this Friday on MSNBC, in a coup for a cable-news network working to transform itself to generate bigger ratings. 386 more words

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Is Andrea Mitchell floating a trial balloon for John Kerry? His lips may say no, but …

So, a 2016 run by Al Gore has barely been mentioned, and though there’s been some chatter about Joe Biden jumping into the race to fulfill his son’s dying wish, he’s barely made a move from that window. 338 more words

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Jaws of Life Saves the Day at Obama Presser

(August 8, 2005. This column below posted on Hit the Woodline satire blog.)

By Paul Avallone

Washington, D.C. –  The drama was as heavy as a poop-laden Pampers yesterday afternoon in the White House during President Obama’s press conference when D.C. 603 more words

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The Left's Big Lie on the Planned Parenthood Sting


Shocking.  Absolutely shocking.

Regarding the unfolding controversy over the reveal of Planned Parenthood’s baby part selling scheme, about which a fifth video from the Center for Medical Progress was lately released, the President of Planned Parenthood, Cecile Richards, is sticking to a story so shockingly disingenuous that – well – I’m shocked. 531 more words

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Zowie! Did Andrea Mitchell seriously just double down on her Hillary Clinton email idiocy with THIS?

Evergreen tweet if there ever was one! As Twitchy readers know, Andrea Mitchell attempted cover for media lapdogs on the Hillary Clinton email scandal. And failed, natch. 227 more words

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'BULL!' Some people notice something absurd about Andrea Mitchell's attempt to cover Hillary email scandal

Media protecting Democrats? Well, that’s a given. But what sparked the reaction this time?

*The media underreported the Clinton email scandal https://t.co/KzE0ZCNfEM

— Cameron Gray (@Cameron_Gray) …

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Andrew Lack Points MSNBC Back To Its Hard-News Roots With Troop-Rallying Meeting At 30 Rock

In his first town hall meeting since becoming Chairman of NBC News Group, Andy Lack laid out plans to greatly increase collaboration between the ratings-starved cable news network and NBC News as part of a strategy to focus on breaking news on the cable network and de-emphasize left-leaning opinion programming. 803 more words

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