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Wikimedia Commons / David Sifry

Freeman Replacing Cronkite in CBS News Intro

If anything should make someone the logical choice to introduce the “CBS Evening News With Katie Couric” via voiceover, it’s surely that the person previously played the role of God. No, not George Burns—it’s too late for that (and probably too soon for that joke). Well, then, how about Morgan Freeman?

Posted on Jan 4, 2010 READ MORE


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O’Reilly Preferred Pre-Ideological Cronkite, Thank You Very Much

In case anyone wonders, Fox News’ own Bill O’Reilly spent some time in the media trenches working with Known Lefty Ideologue Dan Rather after the CBS anchor took over from Walter Cronkite, whom O’Reilly eulogizes in this clip ... or at least uses Cronkite’s memory to bash the liberal establishment.

Posted on Jul 20, 2009 READ MORE


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AP / File

Walter Cronkite, TV’s First Anchor, Dies at 92

One of the news industry’s longest-living legends, Walter Cronkite, died of cerebrovascular disease Friday at the age of 92. Over the course of his storied career as the anchor of CBS News, Cronkite covered some of the biggest events of the 20th century. He himself coined his famous and often-quoted sign-off line: “And that’s the way it is. ... ”

Posted on Jul 17, 2009 READ MORE


Walter Cronkite: End the War on Drugs

The legendary CBS anchorman pens a column attacking our nation’s “inhumane” drug war: “Nothing will change until someone has the courage to stand up and say what so many politicians privately know: The war on drugs has failed.”

Posted on Mar 2, 2006 READ MORE


Walter Cronkite
Steven Senne / AP

Cronkite on Iraq: “Get Out Now”

He’s not just another pundit. The former CBS anchor is credited with helping turn U.S. public opinion against Vietnam in 1968. | story

Posted on Jan 16, 2006 READ MORE


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