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Time: On Global Warming, 'The Price of Inaction Will Be Enormous'

Magazine once again tries to tell readers that climate issue is settled.

Dixie Chicks Triumphant

How sweet: "After death threats, boycotts and a cold shoulder from the country music establishment, the Dixie Chicks gained sweet vindication Sunday night...."

CBS's Harry Smith: Is Al Gore a Prophet?

Reporter gives former vice president a worshipful interview, suggests Gore could have done more if he were elected president.

Times Covers Edwards' Hateful Bloggers, Balances Story with Lame Charges Against McCain Blogger

The Times puts the controversy over Edwards' campaign bloggers Amanda Marcotte and Melissa McEwan on the front page, but leaves plenty of room to relay weak left-wing charges against McCain blog ...

GOP "Caricatured" Poor Nancy Pelosi Over Jet Controversy

Carl Hulse issues a predictable defense of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

Philadelphia Inquirer Finds No Eatery Owners Complaining About Trans Fat Ban

Reporters cite restaurant owners as pro-regulation, but had ditched trans fats long before the new law passed.

All the 'Gay' News That's Fit to Print

Homosexual activists knocking a Snickers ad off the air is news, but homosexual activists threatening the life of a political rival isn't?

Why Are Heavyweight Republicans Talking to "Has-Been" Falwell?

Reuters implies the Rev. Jerry Falwell is no longer important, but GOP presidential candidates are beating a path to his door.

Fortune Magazine Slams Coal Company, Praises Alliance Between Big Biz, Enviros

Reporter Marc Gunther pits TXU coal company against 'pro-business' green groups that oppose nuclear energy and favor tax increases.

"Powerful Muckraker" Rep. Henry Waxman Takes on the Bushies

Philip Shenon puffs partisan Democratic liberal Rep. Henry Waxman, the new chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, which will apparently become subpoena central in the new ...
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