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Huh? Online Iraqi Insurgent Propaganda = "Access to Combat Scenes" for "Average Americans"

Jihadist videos as public service? "...the videos give average Americans a level of access to combat scenes rarely available before."

Wash. Post Notes Popularity of Gas Price Conspiracy Theories Among General Public

But reporter Steve Mufson left out that some journalists, like CNN's Jack Cafferty, have given credence to the idea.

Condi Rice's "Brave Face" Over Iraq Fiasco

"While trying to put a brave face on the situation here, Ms. Rice defended the administration from accusations at home that President Bush and his closest advisers - Ms. Rice has been singled out ...

The "Sadism" of Mel Gibson's "The Passion"

Nathan Lee on the new "Texas Chainsaw Massacre": "Like 'The Passion of the Christ,' it is an invitation to hard-core sadism."

Networks Overlook Dow Jones at Record High, Strong Retail Sales

One analyst said of robust sales figures that 'everything came together' in September.

Hurricane-Happy Media Not Interested When Forecast Downgraded

Press mostly ignore new prediction of no more major hurricanes in 2006.

USA Today Hypes Risk of Bacteria in Packaged Produce

But reporter buried expert who said the industry does a 'superb' job of cleaning veggies.

"The Ethicist" Links Mark Foley to Bush's "Profound Assault...on Democracy Itself"

Columnist Randy Cohen, on CNN to talk about Foley: "...this, it seems to me, is a part of a larger pattern of the administration's habit of secrecy, of cover-ups. We see other example in Bob ...

Theatre Critic Rounds up the Usual Cliches: Bush as Nixon, Iraq as Vietnam

"...according to some analysts, George W. Bush has presided over the biggest power grab by the executive branch in American history."