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Hillary Sweetens Up the Press

"For the record, The New York Times initially ordered a small vanilla malt - $2.25 - but succumbed to peer pressure after Mrs. Clinton and others joked that vanilla seemed a little, er, vanilla. ...

Today's Lead Story: "Hispanic Unease" Due to Conservative Defeat of Amnesty

Julia Preston: "Some legal immigrants, particularly Hispanics, have said they were unfairly tarred in the debate over the Senate bill, which failed in part because of vehement opposition from ...

ABC Honors the Naturalization of True Immigrant Patriots

161 U.S. military personnel from 54 countries become U.S. citizens in Baghdad on July 4.

NY Times Lauds Earning Green for Being Green

'Sustainability' officers earn praise as radical green agenda is downplayed by newspaper.

BusinessWeek Praises French Health Care System

Magazine reports that U.S. could learn 'valuable lessons' from France, glosses over high taxes and other flaws.

Huh? "Disenfranchised" Terrorists in Britain

Mark Steyn mocks "a new New York Times definition of 'disenfranchised': 'complacent liberal assumption designed to reassure readers that they can fit this story into all the old cliches about the ...

NYT Double Standards Abound in Lewis Libby Case

Sheryl Gay Stolberg: Bush down to a "dwindling band" of "conservative believers."

Major Media Ignore Bush's Veto Threat over Tax Bill

The planned tax hike carries a billion dollar bill according to Bloomberg.

Nativist GOP Doomed By Anti-Amnesty Vote?

"Hispanics may have been deeply alienated by the heated rhetoric" of "the loud echo chamber of talk radio." Also, "supporters said lawmakers had caved in to hateful, nativist, xenophobic ...

GOP "Once Marched in Lockstep" with Bush, Now Revolting

Sheryl Gay Stolberg finds Stepford Republicans and a power-hungry president: "...for a president who once had almost absolute control over his own party and a proclivity to employ his power ...
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