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Iowa Voters Savoring Their Delicious Democrats

Jodi Kantor says Democrats are yummy: "In discussing their choices, Democrats sounded like diners ooohing and ahhing slowly - very slowly - over a menu with too many enticing choices."

Maine, "The Whitest State"

Reporter Abby Goodnough collects scattered anecdotes of racial bias to paint a long, unflattering picture of an entire state.

The New Republic Folds on Baghdad Diarist, but Times Hypes NRO Errors

Patricia Cohen lumps in an apparent fabulist at TNR with unconfirmed reporting at NRO: "Tough days for The New Republic and a rival, National Review."

Still Gunning for "Just Plain Wrong" Rudy

The Times gets blunt with Giuliani: "All of these statements are incomplete, exaggerated or just plain wrong." Has Hillary or any other Democrat ever been "just plain wrong"?

Busted: Krugman vs. Krugman on Social Security

Is Social Security in trouble or not? For alleged economist Paul Krugman, it depends on whether a Democrat or Republican is saying it. A liberal columnist for the Washington Post zaps him with his ...

Selena's Sickening Standards: Slime Innocent Duke Players, Weep for Guilty Vick

As columnist Selena Roberts moves to Sports Illustrated, her shoddy treatment of the Duke lacrosse players shouldn't be forgotten.

Sports Columnist Patrols the Sidelines for Sexism

Harvey Araton attacks sports media for sexism: "Intentional or not, the sports news media remain a male domain of empowerment where the shocking tale of a 12-year-old girl sexually assaulted three ...

Finally, a "Surge" the Times Will Cover

As long as it's an expected surge in the number of homeless Iraq War veterans.

Times Leads with "Slowdown Fear," Stayed Ho-Hum Over Good Economic News

A big drop in the Dow gives the Times an excuse to warn of slowdown fears on the front page - yet the Times downplayed the stock market's recent record high and suggested the great new jobs report ...

Editorial Page Slimes Private Guards in Iraq as "Mercenaries"

The editorial page rubs our faces with the inflammatory phrase "mercenaries." But who protects New York Times reporters in Iraq?
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