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English-Only Measure Burnishes Town's Image as "Old West Backwater"

The Times fires some cheap shots at "anti-immigration" legislation in Pahrump, Nevada.

"Frightened" Illegal Immigrants in Hiding After Raids

The Times almost ignores the reason for the raid (identity theft) and shows strange new solicitude for a CEO whose business was hurt by the arrest of the illegal immigrants, or as the Times puts ...

CNN's 'In The Money' Laments 'Soaring' College Costs with Extreme Example

Segment complains of lower grants, using one school's 18-percent tuition hike as a benchmark.

Air America Bankrupt - Times Again Ignores Loan from Boys & Girls Club

A choice example of liberal hypocrisy is again ignored by the Times.

Baltimore Sun Leaves Terrorism out of Nigerian Oil Violence

Foreign reporter Scott Calvert avoided 'terrorist' label for car-bombing, hostage-taking insurgency.

El Salvador's "Right-Wing Junta" vs. Sandinista's "Left-Wing Council"

Tim Weiner's obituary for Jeane Kirkpatrick, America's forceful ambassador to the United Nations, includes some of Weiner's trademark foreign policy liberalism.

CBS Reporter Takes Swipe at Drug Industry, Praises Politician in Blog Post

Armen Keteyian lamented 'Big Pharma's' 'control' over Americans.

'Evening News' Milked Tragedies to Scare Viewers on Depression Drugs

NBC, ABC gave viewers a more balanced, less emotionally-charged look at a new FDA warning label on suicide risks for young people.

Morning Shows Hype Need for a 'Federal Standard' on Rollovers

CBS's Orr lets go unchallenged the suggestion that auto industry cares more about bottom line than passenger safety.

Publicizing a Play for Tookie

An obscure piece of anti-death penalty propaganda theatre in Berkeley somehow makes the Times' front section.
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