CNS' Decade of Lying About Planned Parenthood

So much for fair and balanced reporting: CNSNews.com has spent years falsely implying that federal money to Planned Parenthood pays for abortion as a justification for cutting off that funding -- and baselessly claiming that the money is "fungible."

Related: Planned AttacksMRC vs. A Dead Woman

Jesse Lee Peterson Still Has Issues With Women

For some reason, the WorldNetDaily columnist is very angry at about all those ladies blowing the whistle on sexual harassers and pervy politicians. And Oprah.

Scientifically Unsound, Totally Political

The Media Research Center keeps trying to defend discredited "conversion therapy" aimed at turning gays straight, but the sources its writers cite are questionable at best, if not discredited themselves.

Out There, Exhibit 69: WND's Arch of Fake News, Part 2

WorldNetDaily is still weirdly taking the side of ISIS on the destruction of priceless antiquities, and it's maliciously accusing those who try to reconstruct the destroyed artifacts of promoting pagan religions.

Letting Fake News Stand Uncorrected

Both the Media Research Center and WorldNetDaily hyped a claim that CNN tried to script questions during a post-massacre forum. That turned out to be false -- but neither ConWeb outlet will correct the record.

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