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On "False and Misleading" Statements, Campaign Blame Falls Mainly on McCain

Jim Rutenberg: "'If the dialogue becomes too elevated, I'll have to retire,' said Brooks Jackson, the FactCheck.org director. 'So far, no danger there.' The group has had a particularly busy ...

Is Times "Push[ing] the Panic Buttons" on Bank Sector Woes?

Tuesday's lead story brings up a "Depression scenario."

NYT vs. "Hard-Line" Anti-Castro Activists in Little Havana

More wishful thinking by the Times: "Will Little Havana Go Blue?"

John McCain, Disqualified at Birth, Part II

The Times runs yet another flaky story questioning the presidential eligibility of John McCain.

McCain Fails Another Larry Rohter "Checkpoint" - Obama Can Do No Wrong

Rushing to Obama's aid: A comment from a "conservative" group "not only misrepresents what Mr. Obama said, it also ignores the views he has expressed in the past on the proper role of English and ...

Big News: Obama's Seen Lots of States

Twelve-hundred words in the Times on Obama's expanding horizons: "The presidential campaign has not only given the country a chance to meet Mr. Obama. It has also given Mr. Obama a chance to meet ...

Only Anti-Obama Videos Are Misleading?

Jim Rutenberg profiles leftist filmmaker Robert Greenwald and his cottage industry of anti-McCain videos and finds nothing amiss - yet flags two conservative producers of anti-Obama videos for ...

Deborah Solomon's Double Standards

A moderate Republican had his tan mocked and was goaded into sniping at his party, while a moderate Democrat was praised for his military valor and being an "unusually gifted stylist."

Times Maintains Near Silence as Haditha "Massacre" Case Crumbles

The Times ran over 35 stories on the Haditha "massacre," but issued only brief wire reports as the case against two Marines crumbled.

Rock-Star Puffery for Obama: Plus Obama vs. Cosby on Black Fathers

Remarks on black parenting that were "inflammatory" when said by Bill Cosby in 2004 are now blunt and striking when coming from Obama.
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