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Hostility Toward France's Tough-on-Crime Candidate

Elaine Sciolino on a popular French candidate for president: "Interior Minister Nicolas Sarkozy, the candidate of the governing center-right Union for a Popular Movement party, has yet to shed his ...

Networks Eat Up More Restaurant Mandates

ABC, CBS report left-wing group's press release.

Gee, Why Is Dick Cheney So Secretive?

Today's tragic incident answers the question, but the Times was puzzled in this morning's paper.

Pro-Abortion Frances Kissling's "Love for the Church"

The retiring leader of Catholics for a Free Choice has a funny way of demonstrating it.

More Honorable Labeling for Demagogue Al Sharpton

Guess who the Times considers "one of the most vocal and recognizable civil rights leaders of our time."

Bozell, Knight Call on Discovery Channel to Drop 'Documentary' on Jesus Tomb

Isn't the Discovery Channel supposed to be non-fiction?

Oscar's Artistic, Foul Mouth

This year's Best Picture nominees were aesthetically excellent, but morally impaired.

The Times Preens Over Its Skepticism on Iranian Meddling in Iraq

After being criticized by liberals after failure to find huge stocks of WMD, the Times leans heavily towards skepticism about regarding Iran's involvement with Shiites in Iraq.