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Big Media Ignore the Devils in the SCHIP Bill's Details

The House version of the children's 'health' bill attacks abstinence education and promotes abortion.

LA Times Backs Away from Bias – But Not All the Way

A story on the House ethics bill paints Capitol Hill corruption as an exclusively Republican problem. The next day's revised version injects a little balance, but not enough.

A Radical Silence

Nets either ignore far left professor's dismissal, or mischaracterize him as a martyr.

Behind Closed Doors

Sometimes it's good when the news makes you squirm.

Schumer Vows to Block Bush Supreme Court Nominees

Media grant a silent pass, even though the New York senator would reject candidates solely because of judicial philosophy, a radical departure from Senate tradition.

TIME and Boys

Boys are doing better in America, in spite of the culture wars.

A Young Man's Love, Responsibility Inspire Praise

Quite a contrast to Hollywood's Pop Tarts, who are covered incessantly by the media.

NBC Uses One Mom's Woes to Argue for More Food Stamps

Emotional manipulation: nice storytelling, terrible reporting.

Brooklyn Student Arrested for 'Hate Crime': Flushing a Koran

Media overlook the story: hate crimes laws are being used to punish speech.

The Gentleman and the Juicer

Cal Ripken Jr. is a striking contrast to Barry Bonds.
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