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Shoving the Political Spectrum to the Right

The Times plumps for the "largely conservative voting records" of two centrist-at-best Georgia Democrats.

Newsweek Changes Media Climate 31 Years after Global Cooling Story

Magazine admits first article was 'wrong,' but still wasn't 'inaccurate' journalistically.

NYT Finally Asks: Why Isn't the GOP Benefiting from the Strong Economy?

Eduardo Porter asks the question but misses one of the obvious answers: Media bias, including the slant of his own paper.

CBS's Couric All But Ignored Dow's Record 12,011 Close

'Evening News' anchor continues pattern of economic reporting BMI found in latest study

Public Editor Recants: Times Was Wrong to Expose Terrorist Surveillance Program

But some Times critics find Barney Calame's mea culpa lame: "While it's a close call now, as it was then, I don't think the article should have been published."

Anticipating a Democratic Blowout

The Democrats (and the Times) are getting giddy together as November 7 looms.

CNN Says End is Near for Middle Class

"In the Money" promo for liberal group reinforces middle-class extinction theories.

USA Today: Room for Worry in New Study on College Weight Gain

The 'Freshman 15' reported more like the 'Freshman 8,' but reporter Nanci Hellmich focused on complaints from nutritionists about foods offered in college dining halls.

Post Buries OPEC Production Cut Inside Paper

But earlier story on 'Big Oil' conspiracy to slash gas prices was front page in Business just two weeks ago.

The Weather Channel's 'One Degree' of Propaganda

Web site advances global warming activism including 'causes' and 'solutions.'
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