Media Research Center - though most people have probably never heard of it.
Their sole mission, according to their website, is "to expose and neutralize the propaganda arm of the Left: the national news media." They don't endorse candidates and they don't lobby for or against legislation.
And they can be pretty funny in fulfilling that mission as their Newsbusted comedy show demonstrates.
They're especially good at pointing out double standards and hypocrisy, as they did with the convening of the new Republican-controlled Congress.
First they point out how Good Morning America avoided any mention of the subject, but found plenty of time to feature a new solution to frizzy hair.
Now, you may argue that frizzy hair is more important than any mention of the makeup of the new Congress - and if you have frizzy hair, or occasional issues with such a problem as I do, the new solution may truly be the only news you're really interested in.
But a Google search for Good Morning America pops up this description of the broadcast:
Co-anchors report the morning's top headlines from a set in Times Square. The show features a combination of breaking news, interviews, in-depth reporting and weather. The program covers important issues with key figures from around the world and a wide spectrum of topics, including medicine, finance, consumer issues, computer technology, education and gardening.
hmmm...breaking news and in-depth reporting. But no news story on a new Congress?
George Stephanopoulos did mention it, warning that the new Congress would be confrontational, not cooperative, though cooperation was what the new Congress *should* do.
But in 2007 when the Democrats gained control of Congress and George W. Bush was president, the message was all about standing up to Bush and *forcing* him to go along with the Democrat agenda. The word "impeachment" was used.
Talk about a double standard... and thank goodness we have MRC reminding us of the blatant bias.
As for me, I don't watch GMA, so I really couldn't care less about what they do, or don't, feature. I prefer to read my news, checking multiple websites and articles from all political sides as part of my morning coffee routine.
But whether from a right-leaning or left-leaning source, I do ask one thing: Don't be a hypocrite.
If something is "bad" when Republicans do it, it remains "bad" when Democrats do it, too. If something is outrageous or an attack on liberty when Democrats do it, it is equally outrageous and an attack on liberty when Republicans do it.
If you condemn an act or decision or statement because you are opposed to it, you can't suddenly be all in favor of it simply because it is being said or done by someone with your same political affiliation or ideology.
It is the hypocrisy, more than anything, that completely destroys credibility, as ratings clearly show.