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The Times' Hypocritical Cries of Verizon's "Censorship"

A lead editorial accuses Verizon Wireless of censoring political speech - but what about the Times' editorials that call for limiting political speech before elections in the name of campaign ...

Film of Abortion Aftermath Too Hard for "Angry" Film Critic to Take

"I suggest the faint of heart skip the rest of this paragraph," warned Manohla Dargis before relaying the graphic details of the aftermath of an abortion. "My initial and admittedly angry first ...

When the Story's Got Children, Who Needs Facts?

Media coverage of State Children's Health Insurance Program expansion heavy on liberal talking points, light on its unattractive reality.

Newsweek: Global-Warming Skeptics Are Like Moon-Landing Deniers

Magazine's Senior Editor dismisses 'fairness/accuracy/balance' in climate change reporting because deniers lack 'empirical merit.'

Film of Abortion Aftermath Too Hard for 'Angry' Film Critic to Take

I suggest the faint of heart skip the rest of this paragraph, warned New York Times movie reviewer Manohla Dargis before relaying the graphic details of the aftermath of an abortion. My initial ...

Two Lewd Tuesdays

Oprah promotes, Whoopi volunteers for irresponsible sex.

ABC Discovers Free Market Cure for Curbing Meth Abuse

'World News' praises billionaire who tackled Montana's drug problem with business sense.

A Cozy Chat with An African Dictator

Jeffrey Gettleman talks to Eritrean strongman Isaias Afewerki and finds the bright-side of the press-squelching, dissident-jailing dictator: "And his eyes lit up like the fake orange fire in the ...

CBS Looks for Hidden Agenda of GOP Contributors, Not Democrats

'Evening News' interrogates Giuliani 'bundler,' but skips over President Clinton's contribution-related appointments.