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Dyspeptic NYT Critic Faults PBS Documentary on Constitution for Wasting Gas, Noisy Motorcycles

Cranky New York Times TV critic Neil Genzlinger dislikes the noise made by a traveling documentary on the Constitution: "And when did Mr. Sagal’s vehicle of choice, a motorcycle, morph into a ...
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Is the NYT's Real Concern 'Disproportionate' Small-State Power, or Passing Liberal Laws?

Supreme Court reporter Adam Liptak, concerned about the Constitution...and the prospects of liberal legislation? "Beyond influencing government spending, these shifts generally benefit ...

Second Amendment, Anyone? Mental Illness Registry Just As Alarming as Total Gun Ban, NYT Claims

Really? Erica Goode and Jack Healy of the Times claim: "The [NRA] called for a national registry of people with mental illness -- an alternative that legal experts agree would raise at least as ...
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NBC's Andrea Mitchell Argues Gun Rights 'Can Be Infringed'

In a contentious exchange with Eric Pratt of Gun Owners of America on her Wednesday MSNBC show, host Andrea Mitchell declared that Constitutional rights, like the right to bear arms, were more ...
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Piers Morgan Sneers At Conservative Guest Citing Constitution; 'You Brandish Your Little Book'

When Breitbart.com's Ben Shapiro used his pocket-sized copy of the U.S. Constitution on the set of Piers Morgan Tonight, CNN's Piers Morgan asserted that he, like the NRA, was deviously trying ...
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Gail Collins, the NYT's La-La-La Liberal: 'Really, I Have My Hands Over My Ears. Not Listening.'

Wait, aren't conservatives supposed to be the close-minded, ideologically intolerant ones? New York Times columnist Gail Collins: "I can’t believe this might be overturned. How can this law not ...
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WashPost Defends ObamaCare's Constitutionality; But In 1995, Paper Cautioned Congress to 'Demonstrate Some Modesty' On Commerce Clause

It was as predictable as the sun rising in the east, but today the Washington Post defended as constitutional ObamaCare's individual mandate. The mandate is defended by the administration ...
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