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The Times Embraces Left-Wing Bloggers at Libby Trial

Scott Shane's front-page story celebrates the left-wingers at Firedoglake for their work from the Libby trial, ignoring the conservative master of Plame-gate details, Tom Maguire.

Chris Hedges on "American Fascists" of the Christian Right on Colbert Show

The former Times reporter on Christian Right leaders: "...what they have done is pervert, destroy, and hollow out the actual heart of the Christian religion. I mean look at the little empires that ...

This Valentine's, Diamonds Have It Rough

News media use "Blood Diamond" movie to tarnish the industry's reputation.

Theory of Evolution Criticized, WTC Attacked...Any Connection?

Dennis Overbye: "In [Sagan's] absence, the public discourse on his favorite issues...has not fared well. The teaching of evolution in public schools has become a bitter bone of contention...and of ...

The "Feminist Writings" of Hateful, Vulgar Edwards' Bloggers "Deemed Anti-Catholic"

The editor of the Times political blog seems sympathetic to the offensive tag team of bloggers Marcotte and McEwan, who resigned from the Edwards campaign after their hateful posts became an issue.

Post Changes Its Tune on Sallie Mae Stock Sale

Reporter notes Democrats smell insider trading, but he left out facts he first reported four days earlier before congressional leaders called for investigation.

Bill Keller: Founding Fathers Set Things Up So I Could Defy Bush

Executive Editor Bill Keller: "...the government has no particular interest in telling you if they're doing something that's illegal or abusive. That's why we exist."

Fawning Over (Pro-Democrat) Talk Radio Host Tom Joyner

News you can use? Among Felicia Lee's big scoops in her flattering article about black radio talk show host Tom Joyner: Mr. Joyner's show blends such interviews with radio staples like news, ...

Politicized Grammys: "Vindication" for the Dixie Chicks and "Freedom of Expression"

The awards...ended a desolate period in which their music was boycotted and banned by country music stations, their CDs were burned and smashed, and group member's lives were threatened."