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  • "Since July 1, these same networks managed a scant two minutes and eight seconds for the IRS targeting of tea party groups," Mr. Whitlock says.

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  • "In the case of Obama's gun control push, the networks seemed totally willing to promote the president as someone on the side of the public, a leader who is frustrated by special interests. ABC, CBS and NBC clearly feel only one side of the gun debate matters," Media Research Center analyst Scott Whitlock tells Inside the Beltway.

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