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Networks Failed to Expose Doubts in Rolling Stone Rape Story; Devoted 11 Minutes on Evening Shows to Initial Report

When the now-retracted article by the Rolling Stone magazine about a brutal gang rape of a first-year student at the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity house at the University of Virginia was published on ...
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New Obama Regulations Takes Second Shot at For-Profit Schools

Administration’s new rules could jeopardize 840,000 students’ education, put 1,400 programs at risk.
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Media Hype! “Internet’s First Abortion Class”

 The Daily Beast, Think Progress, Medical Daily celebrate abortion.
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CBS Frets 'Conservative' School Board 'Censoring History'; Hypes Protests

On Friday's CBS This Morning, co-host Gayle King promoted protests in Colorado designed to silence local school board members who were considering whether to have a discussion about possibly ...
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Back to School Lunches: The 7 Worst Defenses of the First Lady’s Lunch Plan

Networks can’t ‘understand’ opposition to lunch changes, defend ‘unlikely gladiator’ Michelle Obama.
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Major Papers 15-1 against For-Profit Education

New York Times, USA Today, LA Times echo liberal attacks.
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CBS Rips Into Former Reporter and Liberal Attorney for Daring to Stand Up to Teacher Unions

On Thursday, the hosts of CBS This Morning interrogated former NBC and CNN journalist Campbell Brown and prominent liberal attorney David Boies over their effort to reform the public education ...
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Politico Spins Education Debate, Underestimates Grassroots Opposition

Despite more than 15,000 comments criticizing new regulations, Politico reported only 1,500 as part of anti-industry attack.
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Catholic School Celebrates 'Year of Lady Gaga'

Buyer beware. The Catholic grade school in my wife's hometown has decided to celebrate the "Year of Lady Gaga."
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NBC Blames Bush for 'Broken System' of Education, No Mention of Obama

Introducing a story on Wednesday's NBC Today, co-host Matt Lauer touted the Washington Post publishing the resignation letter of Massachusetts kindergarten teacher Suzi Sluyter, who decided to ...
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