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Hit Piece on Rupert Murdoch Fizzles

"What worries his critics is that Mr. Murdoch will use The Journal...as yet another tool to further his myriad financial and political agendas." Times Publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr. would never ...

Pass the Amnesty Bill, Don't Ask Questions

Media ignore public opposition to McCain-Kennedy immigration bill, make a final push for Senate passage.

Judge 'Pants Suit' Gets Dry Cleaned

Frivolous, vindictive lawsuit leaves a hole in Pearson's pocket.

NYT Movie Critic Praises "Sicko," Wonders About Lack of "Social Welfare" in U.S.

A.O. Scott called Michael Moore "a credit to the Republic" after "Fahrenheit 9-11" and thinks "Sicko" is his "funniest," "most broadly appealing" film yet.

CNN's Velshi: Oil companies 'getting off free'

'American Morning' business reporter also knocks GOP for opposition to major new tax.

A Convenient Double Standard

Liberals want to impose balance on conservative talk radio but not liberal television news and entertainment.

Paris Hilton to Make Pokey Time Pay Off

For 25 days or so of indignity the heiress will turn over a quick million bucks, thanks to checkbook journalism. Has NBC lost its collective mind?

'Conservatives' for Sleaze TV

This kind of conservative has embraced the anarchical libertarian worldview ... that the market – society's lowest common denominator on cultural issues – should decide. And if this erosion of ...