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At Last: The Real Story Behind SMU's Opposition to Bush Library

A week later, reporter Ralph Blumenthal finally gets the story on the liberal academics fighting a George W. Bush library at Southern Methodist University.

Times Reverses Itself on Duke Rape Case

The Times, less than five months ago: "By disclosing pieces of evidence favorable to the defendants, the defense has created an image of a case heading for the rocks. But an examination of the ...

Studies Show Violence on Television Permeates All Genres

Violence on television has reached record levels, so we can expect more aggressive behavior from children. Read the studies here.

CNN's Sylvester Unfairly Presented, Quickly Dismissed Economist's Views on Medicare

'Lou Dobbs Tonight' reporter scoffed that 'common sense' trumped pharmaceutical economics expert's conclusions on Medicare 'negotiation.'

More New York Times hypocrisy

The New York Times behaves like the greedy corporations it criticizes so freely. And its unions are noticing.

NBC's Williams Ignores Heavy Cost of $2.5-million 'Big Victory' for Katrina Victims

AP, NY Times report that case could encourage holdouts for hefty court rewards.

"Lifelong Republican" No Average Joe Sestak Supporter

The Times quotes a "lifelong Republican" at an American Legion post in Pennsylvania opposing Bush's plan for more troops - but doesn't inform readers that not only did the Republican vote for the ...

Gen. Shinseki "Vilified...Marginalized by the Bush Administration"

Thom Shanker's blurry prose makes it sound as if Shinseki was forced into retirement by vengeful Bushies when that wasn't the case.

The Ancient Problem of TV Violence

Concerns about violence on television date back to 1954. But who would have predicted television could be as noxious as it is today?