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Libs Long for 'Fairness' Daze

Yesterday's stinging defeat of the immigration bill is sure to be the final goad that will spur the left to try to reinstate the Fairness Doctrine.

Grand, Old, and Pitiful

When the Senate Commerce Committee held a hearing on children and TV violence on June 26, it was the Democrats taking the entertainment industry to task as socially irresponsible, while ...

Got Milk? Gas Prices Drop, So ABC Has Some Dairy

With little mention of a 24-cent drop in gasoline prices, 'World News' milks a new consumer gripe.

Times Attacks Anti-PC Documentary, Defends College Censorship of Conservatives

Education writer Joseph Berger ludicrously defends Vassar's censorship of conservative speech and criticizes an anti-PC movie: "Does the film offer a fair picture of campus life in 2007, or is it ...

"Republican Message Machine" of Talk Radio, Racists Fight Immigration Bill

Jeff Zeleny finds scary, racist Republicans harassing senators: "At the heart of the opposition rests conservative hosts on talk radio and cable television, which often are a muscular if untamed ...

Supremes Say Equal Means Equal

Court decision rejecting race-based diversity plans restores the Constitutional principle of equal protection of the laws.

Washington Post Trades on Kids' Fears to Sell Pro-Immigration Views

Story emphasizes emotion and downplays or ignores the central issues of lawbreaking and border security.

CBS: NFL 'Putting Profits Ahead of Players'

Report blames player ailments on league neglect without examining circumstances surrounding some complaints.

The Times Hypes Lugar's Criticism of Surge on Front Page

"Mr. Lugar is known to his colleagues as anything but a bitter partisan, which made his remarks all the more stinging." But Lugar has criticized Bush's foreign policy in the past as well, and the ...

NBC Labels Hedge Fund Investing 'Dangerous'

'Nightly News' attacks high-risk investors for seeking 'vulnerable' upper-middle class 'targets.'