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Brokaw and Buffett: The Rich Don't Pay Enough

World's third-richest man insists he and other wealthy people aren't paying their fair share when it comes to taxes.

Seelye Celebrates Two New (Unlabeled) Lefty Journalism Projects

"We're taking a look today at two new Web ventures that could help change how politics is covered." But the two sites are staffed almost exclusively by liberal and Democratic activists -what kind ...

Seelye Celebrates Two New (Unlabeled) Liberal Journalism Projects

"We're taking a look today at two new Web ventures that could help change how politics is covered..." But OfftheBus.net and Scoop08.com are staffed almost exclusively by Democratic or liberal ...

Matthews: People 'Ought to Be Fearful' of Hillary Being Elected

'Hardball' anchor appears on CNBC's 'Mad Money' with ominous message 'Democrats raise taxes and Hillary already said she's going to repeal the Bush tax cuts.'

Skank-o-ween 2007

For young girls, the costume trend is all about being sexy.

Media Silent on Boycott as Ford's Sales Continue to Plunge

The automaker's sales have declined for 17 of the 19 months since AFA declared its morally inspired boycott. September sales dropped by 21 percent. Still, Big Media refuses to say 'boo' about it.

CBS Wrong on Danger of Merrill Lynch Shakeup

Dow closes up 63 points one day after reports of Merrill Lynch CEO Stanley O'Neal's possible ousting.

'Today' Tries Carbon-Belching Publicity Stunt for Global Warming Awareness

Lauer, Roker and Curry travel to extremes 'to find out what's going on with the world's climate.'

Illegal Immigrants Still Cowering in "the Shadows"

The California wildfires gives the Times yet another opportunity to lament about illegals in "the shadows" of society.

Finally Times Gets Katrina Coverage (Half) Right

"There is no doubt that state and local officials were partly to blame for the slow and inefficient response to Hurricane Katrina." But the Times doubted it for years, focusing all the blame on ...