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TV Critics Smear "Scary" Bible Belt

Worldnetdaily Column: CMI's Robert Knight and Kristen Fyfe blast reviews of HBO documentary about evangelical Christianity

AP, NY Times Lament Low Union Participation

Reporters highlight concern about 'intimidation,' leave out possibility that unions work against employees' self interest.

The Times Embraces Ideological Rating System - For Conservatives, Anyway

First Sen. Brownback, now Rep. Duncan Hunter - GOP presidential candidates who announce their candidacies are greeted in the Times with ideological ratings from the American Conservative Union. ...

Wash. Post Shows Balance in Climate Debate As Inconvenient Hassle For Science Teacher

Reporter Blaine Harden leaves out any critics of Al Gore's Oscar-nominated film.

Still Ignoring Al Sharpton's Hateful Past

Patrick Healy hits inflammatory Al Sharpton hard in his story on Sharpton's tour of Democratic presidential candidates: "The Rev. Al Sharpton, a man who says he knows a well-tailored suit from a ...

The Times Again Corrects Itself on Kerry's "Botched Joke"

The Times still can't nail down the basic details of what Sen. John Kerry said about U.S. troops being "stuck in Iraq."

The Black Hole of Sundance

The 2007 Sundance festival has reached a new low with a strange, yet highly publicized film called Zoo.

Children More at Risk in Red States, Book Claims

A family group voiced deep skepticism Thursday about a new book charging that children in Republican-leaning states are at greater risk than their peers elsewhere because of conservative policies.

"The Bible Belt is the Loire Valley of American Extremism..."

TV critic Alessandra Stanley is off the leash.