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The "Cruel Theater," "Abusive Conduct" of Saddam's Execution

And a Slate columnist "couldn't help but pick up on the distinct strain of grudging admiration that ran through the NYT's coverage of Hussein's trip to the gallows."

Journalists Agree It's Time for Democrats' 'First 100 Hours'

Media have long provided uncritical support of liberal agenda, from minimum wage hike to universal health care.

Incoming Democrats Break Pledge - the Times Snores

The Times glosses over the Democratic Party's broken pledges in favor of "Pelosi-palooza."

Times Watchdog to Get Axed?

Public editor Byron Calame may have started doing his job of exposing editorial malfeasance a bit too well.

CBS's Alfonsi Shakes Up Audience with Drinking Survey

'Evening News' report an intoxicating mix of hype and anti-industry activists.

ABC Double-Doses Attack on Private Health Care

Biased coverage in favor of government health care continues on 'World News' while 'Nightline' turns critical eye on Wal-Mart clinics.

Taking Pro-Democrat Talking Points as Fact

Kate Zernike runs off Democratic talking points about alleged voting irregularities in a Florida House race won by a Republican.

The "Capture" of an Israeli Soldier by Hamas?

Was Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit "kidnapped" or merely "captured"?

The Times "Grimly" Repeats Itself

A theme emerges in the paper's coverage of the Iraq War dead.

Pro-Life Actress Patricia Heaton's "Extreme Positions"

So Heaton is "extreme," but Sean Penn, Alec Baldwin, etc., aren't?
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