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Won­der how the White House birth con­trol man­date mu­tated into an op­por­tu­nity to bash those “ar­chaic” con­ser­va­tives? Blame broad­cast­ers, says Me­dia Re­search Cen­ter re­search di­rec­tor Rich Noyes.

“In­stead of a story about the over­reach of big gov­ern­ment and vi­o­la­tion of re­li­gious free­dom, the net­works are now spin­ning the birth con­trol story as one about out-of-con­trol con­ser­va­tives,” he says.

See Mr. Noyes’ com­plete re­port — “How net­work news has twisted Obama’s war on re­li­gion into a con­ser­va­tive war against women” — here: more ag­gres­sively than nor­mal against those who de­feated them.”

Feel­ing pow­er­ful is the mo­ti­va­tor here, the re­searchers found, not anger or some other dra­matic feel­ings. The real mes­sage goes out to the also-rans.

“Losers need to watch out,” Mr. Bush­man ob­serves.

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