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Editorial Page Slimes Private Guards in Iraq as "Mercenaries"

The editorial page rubs our faces with the inflammatory phrase "mercenaries." But who protects New York Times reporters in Iraq?

Trains? Yes! Planes and Automobiles? No! says Parade Magazine

Magazine thinks faulty government-run train system is solution to government-run transportation woes.

Strong Employment Report "Too Good to Be True"?

The U.S. economy added 166,000 jobs in October, much more than expected - but the Times wrung out as many cold water caveats as it could to dampen enthusiasm.

Cheering on MSNBC's Leftist Line-Up on the Front Page

Slow news day? The Times uses front-page space to cheer on MSNBC's leftist line up (soon to include 9-11 conspiracy spinner Rosie O'Donnell?).

A Pro-Life Media Trifecta

The Washington Post and ABC cover pro-life stories … fairly! And Bella continues her box office success.

Hollywood Out on Strike? Don't Hurry Back

It isn't every day the industry spearheading the destruction of the culture shuts itself down.

Problem: Finding a Death Penalty to Sate "Blood-Thirsty" Public

Elizabeth Weil finds Americans simplistic and vengeful when it comes to the death penalty.

Pakistan Crackdown "Making a Mockery" of Bush's Democracy Promotion?

Even in Pakistan, everything comes back to Bush: "For more than five months the United States has been trying to orchestrate a political transition in Pakistan that would manage to somehow keep ...

This Just In: Internet Comments Often Rude, Vitriolic

Double standards of offensiveness? Stunned Public Editor Clark Hoyt launches a tirade against a commentor who invited the Times to take in illegal immigrants - but a death wish against Dick Cheney ...

The Singing Revolution Celebrates Freedom

How many of us knew that Estonia, one of the smallest countries on the face of this earth, is responsible for one of the most extraordinary, and certainly the most unique revolutions in modern ...