1. "Media Matters’ Bogus Attack on Bill O’Reilly’s ‘Culture Warrior’ Rife With Dishonesty and Deception" : A September 2006 attempt by Media Matters to discredit Bill O’Reilly’s Culture Warrior book teems with misinformation and dishonesty. Folks, it’s a long post, but that’s the way it goes.
2. "Media Matters’ Dishonesty Exposed in Bogus ‘O’Reilly Factor’ Study": Are you familiar with any of those questionable "studies" that Media Matters occasionally puts out? A May 2006 "study" claimed that the guest list on FNC’s The O’Reilly Factor is "dominated" by Republicans and conservatives. Our post unequivocally shreds this claim by clearly illustrating how MMatters inaccurately labeled the guests to get their desired result. Check out this post.
3. "Another False Claim From Media Matters; This One on Global Warming": One of Media Matters’ common ploys is to claim that a particular pundit made a "false claim" or "repeated falsehoods." As it turns out, the "falsehood" or "false claim" often isn’t one at all! Here is a good example.
4. "More Misinformation From Media Matters in False Attack on Bill O’Reilly": Here is a nice and easy example of Media Matters getting their data wrong. Honest criticism is one thing … Shoddy research is another …
5. “Where’s the Misinformation?”: A June 2006 post blared the title, "Lauer joined O’Reilly in serving up misinformation on Today." The problem? Media Matters didn’t provide any so-called "misinformation." Oops!
6. "Media Matters Posted Inaccurate ‘Transcript’ To Falsely Claim That Chris Matthews ‘Praised’ Conservative Ad": Isn’t Media Matters’ obsession with Chris Matthews surreal? A July 2006 Hardball segment addressed a controversial television ad from North Carolina Senate candidate Vernon Robinson. Media Matters claimed that Matthews "praised" the ad. No, he didn’t. Read this post, and see how MMatters posted an incomplete transcript to make their bogus claim.
7. "More Deception From Media Matters in False Attack on Ann Coulter": In this post, we take apart Media Matters’ false attack on the endnotes in Ann Coulter’s Godless book. Here are several textbook examples of dishonesty from Media Matters.