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Gonzales Resigns, Times Lashes Out at Bush-Cheney "Government-by-Fiat"

The Times uses Gonzales' resignation to pile on: "It was Vice President Dick Cheney and his top legal adviser, David S. Addington, who...pushed for a radical rewriting of American policies on such ...

Politics With Your Popcorn: The Sequel

Not even a story on movie sequels is immune from liberal politics.

ABC Touts Fighting Obesity with Highway Money

'World News' plugs left-wing plan to use federal infrastructure funds for bike paths and sidewalks.

God's Christian Warriors, the Newsweek Version

Story on small evangelical college highlights reporter prejudice.

Media's Favorite Coal Expert Picks at Industry

Liberal activist Jeff Goodell paraded by media outlets as objective industry expert.

CNN on Sub-Prime Mortgage Problems: Where is Personal Responsibility?

'Your $$$$$' has a new name, but keeps up the anti-business theme.

Reporter Lectures Maliki for Criticizing Hillary, Buries Good News from Iraq

James Glanz: "But Mr. Maliki appeared to reach a new level of stridency with his reply to Senator Clinton, of New York, and Senator Levin, of Michigan."

MSNBC Promotes 'My Bad Boss' Contest for AFL-CIO

Anchor says customers might get 'placenta' instead of pepperoni on their pizza because of evil employers.

"Ever Upbeat" Bush Deluded in His Iraq War Optimism

Steven Lee Myers: "'We are still in the early stages of our new operations,' Mr. Bush said in the radio address broadcast Saturday, as if there were not those who fervently wished the country was ...