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PHOTO: MSNBC More Bad Journalism stories » Join our Bad Journalism News Hunt » BAD JOURNALISM? Throwback in South Carolina MSNBC, Hardball by Chris Matthews Freshman Congressman Jason Chaffettz -- he's the republican from Utah -was confronted by a conspiracy theorist in a town hall this week. He goes along with the bearded fellow that's pushing the "truther" line that 9/11 was an inside job by the ... Posted by Kristin Gorski 2.0 Like | Edit | Share | See Reviews »

Top Stories Today's News (MSM) Banks Bet Greece Defaults on Debt They Helped Hide New York Times by Nelson D. Schwartz, ... Bets by some of the same banks that helped Greece shroud its mounting debts ... via Dan Gillmor 3.6 Like | Edit | Share | Reviews » Today's News (IND) Health Care Summit Squabbles FactCheck by Brooks Jackson, Viveca ... We tuned in to watch the president’s health care summit at Blair House today — all six-plus hours of it. And we ... Posted by Fabrice Florin 3.9 Like | Edit | Share | Reviews » Editors Pick - News Oath Keepers and the Age of Treason Mother Jones by Justine Sharrock Glenn Beck loves them. Tea Partiers court them. Congressmen listen to them. Meet the fast-growing ... Posted by Joey Baker 4.6 Like | Edit | Share | Reviews » Today's Opinion (MSM) Did Obama send the correct message? MSNBC, Hardball by Chris Matthews, ... (Video) This Hardball panel discusses whether or not President Obama is late in presenting his ideas to Congress ... Posted by Fabrice Florin 3.5

Like | Edit | Share | Reviews » Today's Opinion (IND) Dems Hiding Behind Filibuster to Justify Political ... Democracy Now by Glenn Greenwald (Multimedia) The Obama administration is holding a bi-partisan ... Posted by Dwight Rousu 4.8 Like | Edit | Share | Reviews » Editors Pick - Opinion The Quest for Innocence and the Loss of Reality in ... Press Think by Jay Rosen (Blog Post) This sounds like politics the way our journalists ... Posted by Joey Baker 4.2 Like | Edit | Share | Reviews » More Top Stories » Recent News | Recent Opinion | Trusted News | Trusted Opinion world Blackwater workers took police assault rifles, hearing told The Guardian by Daniel Nasaw | Feb. 25, 2010 (News Report) Employees of American defence contractor Blackwater took more than 500 assault rifles intended for Afghan police force Employees of American defence contractor Blackwater took ... Posted by Mary Smith 3.6 Like | Edit | Share | See Reviews » C.I.A. and ISI Train Wary Eye on Goals, and Each Other New York Times by Mark Mazzetti, Jane Perlez | Feb. 25, 2010 (News Report) Despite a tormented relationship, the U.S. and Pakistani intelligence agencies are working together on tactical operations, as the C.I.A. extends its secret war deep into ... via Foreign Policy No Rating Like | Edit | Share | See Reviews » More World stories » RSS | Get Widget us Fact-checking Obama's bipartisan health care reform meeting PolitiFact by Angie Drobnic Holan | Feb. 25, 2010 (News Analysis)

It's not clear whether Thursday's health care reform summit will be a roll-uptheir-sleeves negotiating session, or just another forum to repeat party talking points. Posted by Jon Mitchell 4.0 Like | Edit | Share | See Reviews » What The Antitrust Exemption For Health Insurers Means NPR by Jenny Gold | Feb. 25, 2010 (Special Report) ... many antitrust experts say that ending the exemption — by repealing the 1945 McCarran-Ferguson Act — wouldn't significantly increase competition or reduce premiums. via NewsRack No Rating Like | Edit | Share | See Reviews » More U.S. stories » RSS | Get Widget politics Health Care Summit: We Rebut A Pre-buttal FactCheck by Justin Bank | Feb. 25, 2010 (News Report) The conservative American Future Fund has released an attack ad in anticipation of President Obama’s health care summit with Democrats and Republicans at the Blair House on ... via NewsRack No Rating Like | Edit | Share | See Reviews » More than healthcare riding on Thursday's summit Los Angeles Times by Peter Nicholas | Feb. 25, 2010 (News Analysis) The healthcare summit that convenes Thursday in Washington has emerged as a high-stakes gambit for President Obama and opposing Republican lawmakers, carrying risks for both ... via NewsRack No Rating Like | Edit | Share | See Reviews » More Politics stories » RSS | Get Widget business Who Are You and What Did You Eat? Miller-McCune by Michael Scott Moore | Feb. 25, 2010 (Special Report) Meanwhile, the U.S. also started requesting loads of private information from airlines, including passenger cell phone numbers and the names of people who’d ordered a ... Posted by J Sinclaire 3.1

Like | Edit | Share | See Reviews » 13 Republicans break rank as Senate passes $15 billion jobs bill Christian Science Monitor by Gail Russell Chaddock | Feb. 25, 2010 (News Report) Breaking partisan stalemate, 13 Republicans joined Democrats Wednesday to approve a $15 billion jobs bill. Both sides see the cooperation as a template for progress on future ... via Christian Science Monitor No Rating Like | Edit | Share | See Reviews » More Business stories » RSS | Get Widget scitech Facebook Glitch Sends Wrong Messages - Digits - WSJ blogs.wsj.com by Jennifer Valentino-DeVries | Feb. 25, 2010 (News) Last night, in an embarrassing glitch for Facebook, some users of the socialnetworking site began getting hundreds of personal messages that weren't intended for them. Posted by Subramanya Sastry No Rating Like | Edit | Share | See Reviews » EPA takes heat on climate rule The Politico by Lisa Lerer | Feb. 24, 2010 (Special Report) Republicans, major business groups and a handful of coal-state Democrats are launching a barrage of attacks against the Environmental Protection Agency, hoping to stop new ... via NewsRack No Rating Like | Edit | Share | See Reviews » More Sci/Tech stories » RSS | Get Widget opinion Author Shane Harris on "The Watchers: The Rise of America's Surveillance State" Democracy Now by Amy Goodman, Juan Gonzalez | Feb. 25, 2010 (Review) (Multimedia) For his new book, "The Watchers: The Rise of America's Surveillance State", National Journal correspondent Shane Harris spoke to the key architects of the US government's ... Posted by Dwight Rousu 4.6 Like | Edit | Share | See Reviews » Reconciliation and truth Washington Post by Post | Feb. 25, 2010 (Editorial)

LET'S GET a few things straight about reconciliation, the procedure by which Democrats may be able to pass health-care reform by a simple majority. We aren't fans of using the ... Posted by Randy Morrow 3.2 Like | Edit | Share | See Reviews » More Opinion » RSS | Get Widget Today's Feeds A route to resolution for Syria and Israel | Gabrielle Rifkind The Guardian (Opinion) via Google News, AllTop - 8 tweets (about 2 hours ago) Like | Edit | Share Ancient Horned Crocodile Found—Ate Early Humans? National Geographic via National Geographic - 39 tweets; 159 diggs (about 2 hours ago) Like | Edit | Share Taliban Hit 5 Star Hotel, Indian Hostels in Downtown Kabul; 18 Dead, 32 Wounded; Indians Targeted Informed Comment (Opinion) via Informed Comment, NewsRack - 1 tweet (about 2 hours ago) Like | Edit | Share Switching sides in Afghanistan Washington Post via NewsRack, Washington Post Like | Edit | Share Health summit, health showdown San Francisco Chronicle (Opinion) via AllTop, NewsRack Like | Edit | Share More Stories from Today's Feeds » FEATURED TODAY Is this Bad Journalism? This week we're looking for news and opinions that are inaccurate, biased, irresponsible or superficial. Please review some of these stories, to help rate their quality: Throwback in South Carolina MSNBC, Hardball by Chris Matthews 2.0

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