Media Malpractice: Media Merely Refers to Born-Alive Act as ‘Anti-Abortion’ and ‘Anti-Choice Myth’

By Rebecca Downs On February 25, the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act failed to earn the 60 votes needed to [move forward to a vote in] the U.S. Senate. For many, including the bill’s sponsor, Senator Ben Sasse of Nebraska, there was shock as well as sadness. How could 60 Senators fail to pass a …

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The Faustian bargain the NY Times and Washington Post have made in their biased coverage of Trump

By Dave Andrusko The last time we mentioned former New York Times executive editor Jill Abramson, the first woman ever to hold that prestigious position, was when we reposted a story by Newsbusters’ Tim Graham. In it, Graham quoted from a column she wrote for the left wing, pro-abortion newspaper, the Guardian last Spring in …

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Desensitizing the public and dehumanizing and degrading the unborn child

By Dave Andrusko One of our jobs at NRL News Today is to keep readers abreast of every phase of pro-life legislation, from its introduction, to (hopefully) its passage, to the inevitable drawn-out legal proceedings which always ensue because pro-abortionists always challenge the law in a friendly court venue. These laws are typically enjoined and …

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Teens targeted by animated Netflix ‘Big Mouth’ show promoting abortion, Planned Parenthood

By James Risdon Editor’s note. This is excerpted from a post at LifeSiteNews. LOS GATOS, California– Vulgar and crude, the animated Big Mouth TV series on Netflix is now promoting Planned Parenthood with a special episode devoted to America’s largest abortion provider. “This is more evidence that Netflix is becoming an evil media empire intent …

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Assert your cultural independence and go see “Gosnell: The Trial of America’s Biggest Serial Killer”

By Dave Andrusko An important reminder. “Gosnell: The Trial of America’s Biggest Serial Killer” is still in theatres and if you haven’t gone yet, please do. If you have, attend again. (For a list of theaters, go to http://gosnellmovie.com/theaters/.) I read two posts today about the film, which chronicles the atrocities that landed West Philadelphia …

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The NYT’s ‘Needle’ and the Damage Done: ‘People Crying in the Newsroom’ on Election Night 2016

By Clay Waters Vanity Fair’s Joe Pompeo had an interesting take Monday on a web-based internet phenomenon that political “junkies” (to coin a phrase) are obsessed with: The New York Times election needle is back, after making a botched debut in 2016: “Certain Readers May Have a Nervous Reaction: The New York Times Election Needle …

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Well, that was then and this is now: Media double standards on the need to end one-party domination

By Dave Andrusko Over the weekend Newsbusters’ Rich Noyes provided one of those invaluable comprehensive analyses only Newsbusters and the Media Research Center ever provide. The headline read, “Flashback: In Obama’s First Midterm, Media Resisted End to One-Party Rule” . What Noyes did so beautiful was to contrast the insistence of the likes of MSNBC’s Mika …

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In 2018 network coverage “media have utterly discarded objectivity in favor of activism”

By Dave Andrusko While I monitor (and read) scads of online material from newspapers and blogs, my schedule is such that I rarely, if ever, see network news. While I know the networks hate pro-lifers in general, President Trump in particular, that’s why I count on the indispensable Media Research Center (MRC) to tally the …

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Willfully blind to the media bias against Gosnell: The Trial of America’s Biggest Serial Killer

By Dave Andrusko Elsewhere today we’ve reposted a story from Newsbusters, based on information provided by the co-producers of Gosnell: The Trial of America’s Biggest Serial Killer. Ann McElhinney and Phelim McAleer talk about the latest from the New York Times. In a word it is still another example of the hurdles, obstacles, and attempts …

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New York Times Refused To Promote Gosnell Movie, Then Lied About It

By Gabriel Hays According to a press release from the producers of Gosnell: The Trial of America’s Biggest Serial Killer, the New York Times has contributed to the recent media blackout of the successful independent film about the murderous abortionist. Gosnell producers Ann McElhinney and Phelim McAleer blasted the New York Times  for agreeing to and …

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Reporter on “cheerleading” for pro-choicers

By Sarah Terzo From an article on media bias in the abortion debate. Lisa Myers, who covers abortion for NBC: “I do believe that some of the stories I have read or seen have almost seemed like cheerleading for the pro-choice side.” David Shaw, “Abortion Bias Seeps Into News,” Los Angeles Times July 1, 1990. Editor’s …

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Reporter criticized for writing story that hurt the pro-choice cause

By Sarah Terzo One story in a series of article in the LA Times on media bias in the abortion issue said: “When reporter Susan Okie wrote on Page 1 of the Washington Post last year that advances in the treatment of premature babies could undermine support for the abortion-rights movement, she quickly heard from …

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