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Cancer Society Veers to the Left: a "Nonpartisan" Tilt?

New ads pushing government-mandated "access" are not presented as liberal or socialist, but as a sensibly pragmatic solution to reducing the cancer death rate

Networks Ignore Higher Than Expected GDP Growth

As broadcasts leave out economic growth, The Wall Street Journal spins the 4 percent growth with a negative prediction.

Obama Wants More Regulation, But Experts Beg To Differ

Candidate wants 'fly-by-night' lenders regulated and fined, but free market economists propose a different solution: let the market work.

The Story Stalls Here

Ft. Lauderdale is among the nation's leaders in new AIDS cases, but the media are willfully blind to the consequences of men irresponsibly having sex with strangers in public bathrooms. Mayor Jim ...

'Dr. 90210' – or Dr. Crotch?

What compels anyone at this network, from the CEO to the lowliest of interns, to associate himself with this product?

Media Promoting Left-Wing, Class Warfare Rhetoric

Journalists complain about 'loopholes' to push higher taxes on executive pay.

'American Morning' Praises Disgusting 'Produce Paradise' Music Video

CNN's Chetry applauds it for 'pretty good editing,' despite outlandish attack on business.

Chris Matthews, Alan Alda to Star at NYT 'Great Literary Brunch'

Might we detect a liberal tilt in the Sunday brunch lineup of "best-selling authors"?