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National Public Unfairness

There's a huge hole in all of the public discussion about the reimposition of a "Fairness Doctrine" or a return to "localism" on the talk-radio format: What about National Public Radio?

Final Deadline Looms for U.S.A.'s Newspapers

Journalists killed the news business and now some want us to save it.

Dear NPR: Keynes vs. Hayek

Don't forget the Austrian school of economics and Keynes rival F.A. Hayek.

The Times Falls Hard for the Girls of "Dating a Banker Anonymous"

The Times devoted a fizzy profile to a "support group" dedicated to women whose "monthly Bergdorf's allowance has been halved and bottle service has all but disappeared" from their lives. But did ...

NPR's Pagan Reporter Just Happens to Find Atheist Protester of Prayer Art Project

Featured artist says prayer is a scary reality but no one questions tax-payer funded public radio mocking the faith of millions.

Journalists Convinced Government Bailouts Better Solution

Politicians, media concur, 'we had no choice' to intervene in almost everything.

Teen Sex Is Up? Blame Abstinence

ABC's Good Morning America and NPR point the usual finger, while Washington Post provides more balance.

NPR President: Climate Change to Make LA Traffic Even Worse

Kevin Klose tells global warming forum the U.S. must brace for 100 million more people and crowded roads.

A Silver Lining to High Oil Prices

GMA calls foreign investment of oil profits into American businesses an 'unusual source' for U.S. economic relief.

Opposing 9/11 Remembrance

Commemorating the victims of al-Qaeda's sneak attack is growing tedious, even annoying, and may play into the hands of the Bush administration, according to NPR and The New York Times.
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