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Theatre Critic Rounds up the Usual Cliches: Bush as Nixon, Iraq as Vietnam

"...according to some analysts, George W. Bush has presided over the biggest power grab by the executive branch in American history."

The Times Goes to College - To Deliver Left-Wing Rants

From reporters to the publisher himself, every time a New York Times staffer gets up in front of a college audience, he or she spouts left-wing rhetoric. Coincidence?

G.O.P. Chances of Keeping Control "Undermined" by Foley

"....a controversy that seems to have undermined its chances of keeping control of Congress on Election Day."

Media Ignore OPEC's 'Toying' with Oil Output

Weeks ago, CNN's Jack Cafferty pushed theory that oil company execs were driving prices down.

Waging War: Media Ignore Compensation Increase

Media complain about 'stagnant' pay in an era of massive benefit growth.

Fervid Friedman: "It Is So Important that the Republicans Lose"

Friedman: "For the sake of the country, I really hope the Republicans lose the House and the Senate to the Democrats - by one seat in each chamber."

Respect For the Dead? Rep. Helen Chenoweth, "Archconservative"

"Former Representative Helen P. Chenoweth-Hage of Idaho, an archconservative who ridiculed the Endangered Species Act and the protection of salmon in her own state...."

Times Political Blogger a Fan of Left-Wing PBS Omnipresence Bill Moyers

"Bill Moyers begins a new limited series of investigative reports on PBS with 'Capitol Crimes,' which focuses on the Abramoff lobbying scandal and other matters....we definitely know we should ...

American Newspapers "Prize Neutrality"...Since When?

Today's laugh: "While The Herald is a traditional American newspaper that prizes neutrality...."

'Recession' Never Recedes Far from News Comments

TV reports continue to raise the specter of economic troubles despite strong growth and low unemployment.
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