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Stars and Stripes, Newsweek Tut-Tut Concerns about Porn on Military Bases

The big newsweekly suggests Congressman's motive for proposing a ban is re-election, not the welfare of the troops.

NBC Showcases Heartthrob with a Message

Bella star Eduardo Verastegui appeared on Today to promote the movie's DVD release, but revealed how he found deeper meaning in life than fame and fortune.

Taboo-Busting ABC Touts Sister-Brother Love

Good Morning America jolts viewers awake with a puff piece on incest.

Newsweek Helps Obama Four Different Ways

Magazine spares no efforts to help Obama over the Wright hurdle.

Left Wing and Wright Brained?

Liberal media pundits are trying to excuse Barack Obama's 20-year ties to the Rev. Jeremiah Wright by suggesting that Wright's ravings are no worse than a single comment by Jerry Falwell.

GOP Again Challenging Dem Patriotism - But Where's the Times' Evidence?

Robin Toner's still whining about Michael Dukakis: "[In 1988] the Republicans used the symbols of nationhood (notably, whether schoolchildren should be required to recite the Pledge of Allegiance) ...

CW Blasphemes God (with a Wink and a Nod) in Ads for Teen Drama

Gossip Girl campaign uses text-message shorthand over racy photos and videos.

Profiles in Cowardice, Unreported

Smith College allows militant lesbians to silence a speaker; APA, pressured by gay activists, cancels a panel on therapy for homosexuals. Liberal media ignore both stories.

CBS May Day Bouquet to the Castros

On The Early Show, correspondent Liz Palmer describes Fidel Castro as Cuba's revolutionary hero and lauds new dictator Raul Castro's efforts to improve workers' lives.

A May Day for Feminism at the Post

Women belong in combat, and mothers don't need husbands.
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