This week's list of most blatant media distortions, bias, or cheerleading for Democrats:
A new poll predicts that only 23 percent of reporters will provide unbiased coverage of the 2016 campaign.
Politico's absurd story about GOP voters dying off that doesn't mention that as voters age, they trend Republican.
Ted Cruz schools a reporter apparently fixated on one topic.
Networks protect Obama by not mentioning his withdrawl from Iraq led to the fall of Ramadi.
Instead of reporting on Obama's failure in Iraq, networks coo over his opening of a Twitter account.
According to a New York Times reporter, Hillary's ducking of the press is a GOP problem.
In a nearly incoherent argument, the Left complains that media coverage of the Waco biker shootout is not compared to Ferguson and Baltimore.
WH spokesman says Obama's Iraq is a success and barely gets blowback from a comatose national press corps.
President Obama makes a series of false statements about climate and there are no "fact checkers" to correct him — only the conservative press.
A gay-obsessed news media and popular culture results in young adults believing in a poll that 30 percent of Americans are gay, when the real number is less than 2 percent.