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The Times Salutes Bill Moyers, Hard-Left 'Lion of PBS,' Finds Few Critics

The paper's usual labeling imbalance was on display in how it treated left-wing vs right-wing critics of PBS.

Will Mike Hale's Review of 'My Lai' Documentary Compare It to Iraq, Afghanistan? Of Course

Mike Hale goes there: "The slaughter of hundreds of unarmed villagers in Quang Ngai Province, Vietnam, in March 1968 - an event that came to be known as the My Lai massacre - is both an open wound ...

Moyers Blasts Chamber of Commerce, Insurance Industry

PBS host complains that both are greedy; state health care industry says 'to hell with consumers.'

PBS Gives One-Sided View of Giving Billions to Fund News

Publicly funded network provides no alternative position to public funding.

The Great Newspaper Bailout

Liberals, politicians, journalists want Uncle Sam to save news with your tax dollars

Documentary Review: The Answer to Third World Poverty is Capitalism

Airing tonight, Oct. 8, 'The Power of the Poor' illustrates how property rights and legal reform improves lives and defeats tyranny.

PBS's Moyers: Forget Compromise on ObamaCare, Defeat Would 'Reinvigorate' Democratic Party

Former White House press secretary says president would be better served going down swinging than reach any deal that would better health care.

Hypocrisy Flashback: Media Liberals Saluted Anti-Bush Dissent

With the Obama administration and their friends in the media denouncing the sometimes loud dissent that liberals are facing in town hall meetings on health care, it's worth recalling how some of ...

PBS and Health-Care Hypocrites

Bill Moyers shared the story of former insurance company spokesman-turned-socialist Wendell Potter - but covered up his new radical-left employer, and just how much Moyers helped that employer.

What Did Milton Friedman Ever Do to Ginia Bellafante?

The TV critic accuses a PBS series host of being "in thrall to the Chicago School's free-market philosophy" and blasts the "collaboration between the dictator Augusto Pinochet and Milton Friedman ...
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