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Some Very Political Science

The latest doozy of a study tries to spread “science” on the notion that “homophobia” is just the conservative’s resistance to his own repressed homosexuality.

Football Goes Black to Hype NBC's 'Green Week'

Other programming with include green soap opera wedding, lame cheerleading, eco-karaoke and Al Gore.

Washington Post, USA Today Favor Liberal's Plan to Regulate Mortgages

Newspapers showcase Rep. Barney Frank's plan to further 'control' the industry, virtually ignore criticism and opposition.

Velshi: Gas and Oil Price Relationship Hard to Understand

CNN 'American Morning' business reporter claims 'no mathematician' could figure it out, though he has in the past.

Can't Win or Lose with Lower Gas Prices on CBS

'Evening News' greets lower gasoline prices with skepticism

Don't Inhale -- Obesity's Contagious!

Media take obesity study seriously, worry that extra pounds are 'spreading' 'like a virus.'

USA Today Promotes Stricter Food Labeling

Newspaper cites radical food groups, but downplays cost and trade implications.

USA Today: 'A Little Medical Coverage' Worse than None

Story downplays advantages of limited-benefits insurance, relies on critics by 2:1.

Gas Prices Falling, but Where Are the Stories?

USA Today reports the decline, but networks are lagging behind.

Spy Story Scarier than Real Life

'Good Morning America' frightens viewers with radioactive coverage.
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