9/26/2006 9:39 AM ET
Slanting the field 4-to-1, network hyped NASA scientist, dismissed Competitive Enterprise Institute critic.
9/25/2006 6:16 PM ET
The Times saw Chavez's plug for a Noam Chomsky book as a light front-page feature - he's apparently a Latino male Oprah. Chomsky was a "luminary."
9/22/2006 5:30 PM ET
Reporter's story left out any rebuttal from conservative economists who say zero-sum economics doesn't work.
9/22/2006 4:46 PM ET
NY Times criticizes retailer's new offering on generic drugs, while ABC and NBC are positive; Wal-Mart critic Ron Pollack's liberal ideology ignored in CBS, Times reports.
9/22/2006 2:46 PM ET
Reporter Helene Cooper also finds the anti-American ravings of Hugo Chavez "colorful."
9/21/2006 5:37 PM ET
Previous reporting on the cable network echoed liberal claims that drug companies spend little on research.
9/21/2006 4:44 PM ET
But a year ago, network ignored illegal nature of re-imported drugs, presented Internet as way to get cheap drugs.
9/21/2006 2:01 PM ET
The Times gets excited about its latest poll's good news for Democrats: "The disdain for Congress is as intense as it has been since 1994...
9/21/2006 12:42 PM ET
...but earlier this month a Hulse headline said the GOP had "Set Aside Work on Immigration" altogether. So is the focus narrowing or widening?
9/21/2006 12:23 PM ET
"One of the cornerstones of the Republican Party's strategy for winning elections these days is voter suppression, intentionally putting up barriers between eligible voters and the ballot box."