In yet another glaring example of liberal media bias, the Chicago Tribune reveals its hatred and elitism. See what the prejudiced Tribune editorial board wouldn't, couldn't print. Published October 26 2010
First it was The View's Bill O'Reilly temper tantrum. Now it's Juan Williams' firing from NPR. Can we talk about America's Muslim dilemma now? Published October 21 2010
Watch these Chicago journalists attack William J. Kelly over his tough questions to Rahm Emanuel and you'll wonder if free speech still exists. But beware...the Chicago media plays dirty. Published October 14 2010
It’s looking very bad for Obama. This week, his presidential seal even fell off his podium. Talk about a sign.... Published October 7 2010
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