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The Times Falsely Blames GOP for Denying Troop Debate

"...Republicans were able to deny opponents of the troop increase a debate on a resolution challenging Mr. Bush." But which party is really trying to stop a full debate on Bush's plan for more ...

Spinning a Lead Headline in a Democratic Direction

The Times spins for Democrats: "In Senate, G.O.P. Blocks A Debate Over Iraq Policy."

No Liberals Here: John Edwards Just an "Economic Populist" with an Edge

Is the Times trying out a new code phrase to avoid applying the kiss-of-death term "liberal" to another Democratic presidential candidate?

Global Warming: Weekend Roundup

NPR gave liberal coverage to Pelosi's push for global warming-focused committee, while networks ignored the story.

Keeping John Bolton at UN = Broken Promise By Bush

Helene Cooper: "The question now is whether Mr. Bush is ready to junk all of his make-nice pledges in order to keep John R. Bolton at the United Nations."

Media: U.S. Should Throw Billions of Dollars at Global Warming

What will new Congress do? Though emissions-lowering programs have failed around the world, the media continue to embrace plans for more regulation that could crush the American economy.

Willie Horton Redux: GOP "Stoke[s] Subliminal Racist Fears" in Tennessee

Alessandra Stanley writes that an RNC ad mocking Harold Ford Jr. is "seen as racist" and that the GOP "tried to stoke subliminal racist fears with the infamous Willie Horton ad...."

Endorsing "Basically Moderate" Ned Lamont for Senate

But just what is the anti-war, pro-abortion Lamont "moderate" on? The Times won't say.

Anti-Harold Ford Jr. "Ad Seen as Playing to Racial Fears"

The Times fronts the controversy over a supposedly racist campaign ad mocking Rep. Harold Ford Jr. for attending a party for Playboy magazine.
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