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Media Covers Innocuous Education Stories, Skips Incendiary Stories

It's nice to hear good news for a change, but we also need to know about schools becoming radical indoctrination centers, or handing out the pill to junior high students.

Disney Bleeps GOD from Ten Commandments Movie Ad

Who do they think chose Moses -- Tinkerbell?

CBS Sounds Stock-Market Crash Alarm

'Evening News' uses faulty comparisons to suggest the possibility of a Black Monday-like crash.

Deborah Solomon's Shifty Standards

NYT Magazine's "Q&A" writer not only misleads in the presentation of her interviews but in her politics as well, as shown in her disparate treatment of conservative icon William F. Buckley and ...

What Happens to Companies That 'Go Green'

Mutual fund manager explains why consumers, shareholders and business leaders should be skeptical of global warming regulation lobbying and 'market-based' solutions.

Times Sad Supreme Court Didn't Do "The Right Thing" in 2000 and Usher in Gore

Times wishes "Supreme Court had done the right thing and ruled for Al Gore" in 2000. But the Times' own reporting showed that Bush would have won the statewide manual recount requested by Gore.

Medal of Honor Winner's Story Unfit to Print?

The New York Post: "The posthumous award of the nation's highest battlefield honor to a Long Island war hero has become another black mark for the Gray Lady. The New York Times carried not a ...

NBC, Matt Lauer Taking Larry Craig Interview Into Prime Time

The bias is clear: NBC's Today show led with Republican Sen. Larry Craig six times in seven days, but mentioned Democratic Rep. William Jefferson's bribery scandal only once.

U.N. Panel Sharing Nobel Prize Is Fundamentally Flawed, Expert Says

Media have latched on to Gore's award, but the IPCC has received little scrutiny despite its faulty economic calculations.