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The FCC’s campaign of intimidation

Despite repeated promises of transparency and openness, the Obama administration has been marked by an overt hostility to unfriendly media. Reporters have been denied access to official White House events, photographers have been prevented from taking photographs, and the Justice Department was caught spying on Fox News reporter James Rosen.

02/26/2014
Liberal group forms “F*CK Tea” effort
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Liberal group forms “F*CK Tea” effort

BY Alex Pappas

A liberal group is attacking the Tea Party movement with a new project  called “F*CK Tea” to discredit the solutions offered by conservative activists. It is a three-tiered campaign that includes selling t-shirts and coffee mugs with the derogatory slogan on it.The group’s founder, Erica Payne, said the effort is intentionally edgy.“When you look at their world view, somebody has to say f—k that. That’s not the right direction to go at,” she said in an interview.

08/18/2010
Liberals warn: Don’t write off the Tea Party (even if they’re crazy)
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Liberals warn: Don’t write off the Tea Party (even if they’re crazy)

BY Chris Moody

LAS VEGAS, NV — Liberals could face major losses if they continue to ignore the Tea Party movement, a panel of progressive writers said Thursday during a discussion at NetrootsNation, an annual gathering of bloggers, activists and policy makers.The panelists, which included well-known authors David Neiwert and John Amato of Crooksandliars.com, warned that regardless of whether people have negative attitudes toward the Tea Party, progressives could lose their footing unless they mobilize their own base and treat the right-wing movement as a force to be reckoned with.

08/02/2010
Tea Party groups call for sponsors to drop Hardball following Chris Matthews' ‘left-wing hit piece’
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Tea Party groups call for sponsors to drop Hardball following Chris Matthews' ‘left-wing hit piece’

BY Alex Pappas

A coalition of Tea Party groups is slamming MSNBC’s Chris Matthews for his “left-wing propaganda hit piece” documentary on the Tea Party movement and is calling on sponsors to drop his show. MSNBC aired “The Rise of the New Right,” hosted by Matthews, Wednesday night. The National Tea Party Federation, a broad coalition of Tea Party groups that offer rapid response to attacks on the movement, condemned the documentary as “journalism at its worst” whose “purpose was to demonize and misrepresent.”

06/18/2010