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War in Iraq Low on Obama's Agenda; Compliant Media Move On, Too

"Despite persistent violence and a critical election coming up, President Obama hardly ever mentions the war in Iraq," Joseph Curl reports in Thursday's Washington Times. Curl discloses that "the ...

Maddow Shows Newsweek's Adler Reading Anti-Filibuster Poem

On Friday's Rachel Maddow Show on MSNBC, Newsweek contributor Jerry Adler was shown reciting a poem in which he lamented all the agenda items that are unpassable because of the Senate filibuster ...

Newsweek: Chinese Oppression Good For Tibet

In a February 17 online article entitled "Charity Case," Newsweek's Issac Stone Fish declared: "Whether they like it or not, China has been very good for Tibetans." Fish's outrageous claim came on ...

Newsweek Asserts 'Terror Begins at Home' - With Republicans

Newsweek managing editor Daniel Klaidman asserts in the latest issue that "Terror Begins at Home" - with fearmongering Republicans who score cheap political points "at the expense of the American ...

Newsweek's Fineman Applauds Obama's "Most Conservative" SOTU Speech

Despite its laundry list of liberal initiatives, Newsweek's Howard Fineman declared Wednesday's State of the Union address "one of the most conservative speeches that a Democratic president has ...

Newsweek's Fineman: GOP Has 'Terrible Record' on Race; 'Pretty Much Everybody' Favors Dems

Talking about Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid's "Negro dialect" crack about Barack Obama on MSNBC's Countdown Tuesday night, Newsweek's Howard Fineman suggested "pretty much" all Americans ...

Newsweek Column: 'Same-sex Marriage is an American Value'

Ted Olson pushes for gay unions without taking into account many drawbacks.

Fineman: Republicans 'Are About Division Fear,' Bush Wanted to 'Claim He Kept Us Safe'

Appearing as a guest on Thursday's Countdown show on MSNBC to discuss Obama's latest speech on terrorism, Newsweek's Howard Fineman charged that, referring to Republicans, "they're about division ...

Newsweek Writer: Open Marriages Key to Ending 'Cheating Scandals'

Tiger Woods' scandal prompts advertisement for alternative relationships.
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