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Can Ralph Nader Be Forgiven?

Reporter Robin Finn mentions Ralph Nader's "devastating feud with the Democratic Party." But devastating for who?

Times Still Twisting Anti-Terror Tactic Into "Domestic Surveillance"

A program monitoring overseas calls from terror suspects in the U.S. becomes a "domestic surveillance program."

Saints and Swearing

After zooming in on a woman wearing an obscene T-shirt at an NFL game, Fox apologized - but the network is suing for the right to broadcast the F-bomb any time of day.

New York Times Spins Leftist Social Agenda into 'Governing from the Center'

Promoting high-octane social liberalism is not centrist government.

Post Hails Democrats Seeking 'New Political Center' on Money Matters

But policies paper cheers as a compromise package are both liberal measures.

Networks Use Good Cancer News to Complain About Federal Funding Levels

ABC, CBS, and NBC also ignore role private industry plays in fighting war on cancer.

Times Excited as Global Warming Legislation Heats Up on the Hill

Excitment on the Hill with global warming anecdotes and "the man of the moment," Sen. Barack Obama.

The Times TwistsTerrorist Surveillance Into "Domestic Eavesdropping"

The Times misleads again on the details of the administration's "domestic" terror surveillance program that allegedly "eavesdrops" on Americans.