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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.

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

Emotional manipulation: nice storytelling, terrible reporting.

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

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

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.

Reagan's Specter Vision

Arlen Specter shouldn't be sitting in judgment of great judges like Bork, Roberts and Alito. With his history of liberalism and betrayal of Republicans, the GOP shouldn't have rewarded him with ...
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