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Behind Closed Doors

Sometimes it's good when the news makes you squirm.

Schumer Vows to Block Bush Supreme Court Nominees

Media grant a silent pass, even though the New York senator would reject candidates solely because of judicial philosophy, a radical departure from Senate tradition.

TIME and Boys

Boys are doing better in America, in spite of the culture wars.

A Young Man's Love, Responsibility Inspire Praise

Quite a contrast to Hollywood's Pop Tarts, who are covered incessantly by the media.

Brooklyn Student Arrested for 'Hate Crime': Flushing a Koran

Media overlook the story: hate crimes laws are being used to punish speech.

NBC Uses One Mom's Woes to Argue for More Food Stamps

Emotional manipulation: nice storytelling, terrible reporting.

The Gentleman and the Juicer

Cal Ripken Jr. is a striking contrast to Barry Bonds.

Media Give Short Shrift to Pro-Illegal Alien Judgment

Nearly every news organization that covered the court decision voiding Hazleton, Penn.'s immigration laws sided with the illegals.

Paying it Forward, One Organ at a Time

ABC's feature on an organ donor's generosity brightens a dreary news week.

Out This Weekend: The Simpsons Movie

Grownup cartoon satire often imitated, but never equaled.
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