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How 25 Years of Gay Activism in Hollywood Has Paid Off

This season, a record number of broadcast television series are featuring sympathetic homosexual characters.

ABC Addresses Debt and Personal Responsibility Head On

Economic woes trigger two segments with some refreshing straight talk about pursuing the American dream.

Despite Media 'Mythmaking,' Capitalism Didn't Fail

Free-market economists blame government actions taken during Carter, Clinton for financial crisis.

Journalists 'Parsing' Economic Words? Not This 'Crisis'

A few in the media act responsibly to set a steady tone, but too many choose Great Depression theme.

Networks Bend Knee to Religulous, Ignore Fireproof

ABC, NBC and CBS feature Bill Maher's mock documentary while skipping a faith-affirming hit movie.

Stephanopoulos Wonders: Did McCain Blow Up Bailout for Credit?

Media join Democrats to question GOP nominee's motives in suspending campaign to focus on financial issues.

ABC's 2-Day 'Coming Out' Party for Clay Aiken

'Exclusive' interview is a giant puff piece for new self-proclaimed 'gay' father.

Networks, Once Silent on Fannie Mae, Blame Capitalism for Debacle

In 2005, 2008 TV journalists wouldn't criticize GSEs; now reporters blame deregulation, GOP.

Times Watches ABC Talk Show "The View," Finds Liberal Slant

The paper reverses its previous opinion that the show was "generally friendly territory for politicians." Plus: Barbara Walters claims "I don't think anyone knows my political opinions." Really now?

'World News' Cites Anti-Corporate Flicks in Banking Report

Segment includes populist angle bashing wealthy lifestyles, quotes 'Bonfire of the Vanities' and 'Wall Street.'
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