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Hard-Left Sunday at the NYT: 'Phony Hero' Gen. David Petraeus; 'Dried Seaweed' as Snack Food

From pushing dried seaweed as a snack food to calling General David Petraeus "A Phony Hero for a Phony War," the New York Times Sunday Review section continues its lurch to the left under editor ...
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Left-Wing Salon Writer Blames Romney for Deadly Meningitis Outbreak

Article links disease to presidential candidate’s Massachusetts governorship.
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NYTimes' Tavernise Pushes Heaping Helpings of Speech and Food Regulation in the Name of Better Health

Reporter Sabrina Tavernise went back for refills to bolster the nanny state: "But critics say efforts to influence behavior will have only a modest effect without policy measures like taxes on ...

What Do 49 Percent Approve of?

Even Chris 'Thriller' Matthews perplexed by Obama.

Uncritical Condition

Network news fails to examine high cost and proven failures of government-run health care

Uncritical Condition: Executive Summary

Network news fails to examine high cost and proven failures of government-run health care

This Year's Midterm Elections Are All about Freedom

The federal government has pursued arbitrary, rather than constitutional powers; the voters will decide if the nation will continue to drift away from freedom.

Obama the Tax Cutter: A Network Fairy Tale

Despite Obama's tax hikes and campaign against 'tax cuts' for the wealthy, broadcast evening news shows portray president as taxcutters' champion.

Local News That Shows us ObamaCare Writ Small

A Texas medical dispute lights the future of economic centralization.

Reporter Kevin Sack Issues White House Press Releases for Obama-Care

"For Many Families, Health Care Relief Begins Today" is one of four profiles the New York Times featured on the front of the National section to celebrate the day many of its regulations (the ...
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