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Battlefield 'Habeas Corpus'

The Supreme Court's decision granting rights to enemy combatants will make life for our soldiers much tougher. For the enemy, combat may become even deadlier.

CBS Lauds Latest Jolie-Pitt Pregnancy

Early Show message: you don't need to be married to raise a family.

Courage in Face of Deadly Tornado Spawns Rare Positive Coverage of Boy Scouts

Will the media apply the lessons the Iowa Scouts have taught them to the beleaguered Scouts in Philadelphia?

Disrobing His 'Honor'

Judge Alex Kozinski should consider resigning from the bench.

Nightline Attacks DOJ Official Emphasizing Character in Fight against Juvenile Delinquency

ABC's Brian Ross follows up a disgruntled employee's accusation of cronyism, waste, fraud, abuse by gratuitously identifying the alleged culprit as 'a former prosecutor and devout born-again ...

Media 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' about Key Ruling

Court's affirmation of military policy goes unreported even by AP, which instead exhorts Democrats to rescind ban on homosexuality.

ACLU Targets Heartland, Sets Off CMI's Grinch-o-Meter

UPI seems ecstatic about the news.

New CMI Special Report: 'Unmasking the Myths Behind the Fairness Doctrine'

America doesn't need the government to regulate political speech on the airwaves. Politicians need more respect for the First Amendment.

Los Angeles Times Misses Max Hardcore's Obscenity Conviction

Hometown paper yawns as a jury cracks down on a prominent pornographer.

ABC's Nightline Guest Advocates 'Taking Risks' with Kids' Internet Safety

Reporter Nick Watt does not discuss the harm children can suffer when allowed to surf the Internet without tight parental supervision.
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