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Times Hypes Big Food When It Pushes Liberal 'Crisis' of 'Hunger' in America

The Times looks askance when big food conglomerates fight government regulations on fatty foods - but a fight to feed "hungry" children in America (over 17 million of them?) fosters no ...

Nets Concerned Over Congress' Role In Run-Up to Iraq, Now Barely Notice Obama's End-Run

The Obama administration attacked Libya after a vote of the UN Security Council, but without any congressional authorization, and apparently not even very much consultation with congressional ...

Lack of Congressional Approval for Libyan Strike Doesn't Bother CBS, NBC

Of the three morning shows, only ABC's Good Morning America on Tuesday highlighted anger and dismay on Capitol Hill that Barack Obama did not seek congressional approval for air strikes against ...

'Muslims Have Grown Up in a Newly Hostile Country': The United States?

Andrea Elliott's worthwhile cover story on a conservative Muslim working against radicals contains some wild overstatement: "Muslims have grown up in a newly hostile country, with mounting ...

AP: Obama Playing 'Grand Tourist' in Rio 'Sure to Endear Him Even More' to Brazilian People

In a report for the Associated Press on Sunday, Jim Kuhnhenn fawned over President Obama's tour of Rio De Janeiro during a trip to Brazil: "Obama played grand tourist....The president's ...

New York Times on Obama: Now a Hero in Brazil, Too

Obama, the savior of Latin America: "But Mr. Obama, on the second day of a five-day tour of Latin America, once again seemed to sidestep mentioning his own racial background in appearances here, ...

New York Times on Top of the Big Stories: 'Mr. Obama Knows His Hoops'

As missiles fell in Libya, New York Times reporter Michael Shear reported on another kind of shooting prowess: "Being president is an ego trip. So you would have thought President Obama wouldn't ...

New DCCC Head an 'Unassuming Centrist' With 'Flashes of Major League Shrewdness'

Reporter David Halbfinger flatters Democratic Rep. Steve Israel as an "unassuming centrist" up to the task of winning back the House for the Democrats and lets Israel squeeze in some talking ...

Valerie Plame Cashes In With Spy-Novel Book Deal, Times Sees Only Victory for Feminism

It keeps getting harder to claim the whole sage of "outed" CIA agent Valerie Plame wasn't a bonanza of wealth and fame, but the Plame-loving Times is casting it as a blow for feminism. The female ...

Obama: Now a Hero in Brazil, Too

Obama, the savior of Latin America: "But Mr. Obama, on the second day of a five-day tour of Latin America, once again seemed to sidestep mentioning his own racial background in appearances here, ...