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Harry Potter: The Issue is Parental Responsibility

Moms and dads must teach children to discern the good and the bad messages in the books and movies.

Passing Along Anti-Murdoch Zingers from the Wall Street Journal

The Times dreads the prospect of Rupert Murdoch taking over its rival.

A Campaign 2008 Portent? Negativity and Unbalanced Labeling

Balance, NYT style: The GOP is trying to appeal to "conservatives," while Democrat John Edwards is free to cite the "imposing historical figure" of Bobby Kennedy without being called a liberal.

The Kennedys and Their Magical Common-Man Friends

Never worked for a living? "You haven't missed a thing." Wild coincidence, or self-serving Kennedy family folklore?

Media Let Parents Off the Hook on Childhood Obesity

Are Shrek, Sponge Bob, sugary cereal and pleading children really impossible to resist?

NBC Justifying Vandalism?

A report on the destruction of a Hummer by radical environmentalists takes a distressingly green turn.

'Good Morning America' Attacks the Man with 'Everything'

As Dow Jones deal appears imminent, ABC airs worries about the 'nightmare' of Rupert Murdoch making changes to the WSJ.

Health Care Lie: '47 Million Uninsured Americans'

Michael Moore, politicians and the media use inflated numbers of those without health insurance to promote universal coverage.

Neil MacFarquhar's Latest Knee-Jerk Defense of a Muslim Charity

The Times' Muslim-beat reporter writes like a pro-Muslim advocate: "For American Muslims, whose religion stipulates that they give 2.5 percent of their annual income to charity, the shuttering of ...