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Media Juiced on Celebrity Hype

Camp O.J. has taken over Las Vegas.

"Resegregation" in Alabama Schools (and in Omaha Too?)

Guilt by association: "Tuscaloosa, where George Wallace once stood defiantly in the schoolhouse door to keep blacks out of the University of Alabama...."

Embarrassing Celebrity Pundits

A key measure we have for punditry in our political culture is fame, not a display of any brains.

Kathy Griffin's Unfunny Jesus Joke

Comedienne crosses the line by mocking Christ while accepting an Emmy award.

Rutgers Fans' Abuse of Navy Players Elicits Media Yawn

Journalists leaped to the defense of the Rutgers women's basketball players, but Navy men's football players seem to be fair game.

MSNBC's Olbermann Condemns Lieberman for Speaking at Pro-Troops Concert

TV host expresses disdain for flag-waving American patriots.

Running for President While Running from Marriage

The media must make candidates take clear positions on whether to amend the Constitution to protect one-man, one-woman marriage.

Opposing 9/11 Remembrance

Commemorating the victims of al-Qaeda's sneak attack is growing tedious, even annoying, and may play into the hands of the Bush administration, according to NPR and The New York Times.

Tempting Teens with Spicy Commercials

In the quest for buzz, advertisers continue to sink to new lows – now they're suggesting irresponsible sexual behavior to children.
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