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Wong Finds a Way to Spin Early Success of the Troop "Surge"

Edward Wong makes the worst out of some good news from Iraq: "The heightened American street presence may already have contributed to an increase in the percentage of American deaths that occur in ...

No Critical CAIR in the Times

Reporter Neil MacFarquhar avoids the controversial accusations about the "Islamic civil rights group" CAIR, while suggesting its critics are motivated by hatred and McCarthyism.

New York Times Movie Reviews: We'll Take Lust over 'Moral Reprimand'

Which movie do you think would get a positive write-up in The New York Times? An inspirational movie about character building, or a comic tribute to lust?

Reporting Protest In the Proper Context

David Kirkpatrick and Sarah Abruzzese added little details that make a protest story fairer: they used liberal labels, explained who the protest organizers were, and quoted rally speakers. The ...

Hulse With No Name

Why can't Carl Hulse call a liberal a liberal? Tom DeLay's new book confronts "evil liberal tormentors," but Hulse only sees "critics" and "activists" arrayed against DeLay.

Democrats Refuse to Talk about Tax Hikes on CNBC

'On the Money' couldn't find a Democratic representative to explain why the party wants to raise taxes but did explain why it's a bad idea for the economy.

CS Monitor Praises 'Renewable' House, Ignores Cost to Taxpayers

Correspondent never indicates $250,000 state grant is paid for by state residents.

ABC Chavez Interview Fawns over 'Intelligent,' 'Passionate' Dictator

Though Chavez has called Bush a 'devil' and seized foreign assets, 'Good Morning America' preview shows Barbara Walters claiming Chavez 'does like this country.'

Keeping Pace with the Right Stuff

The usual moral savants in Congress, who like to say it's wrong to say what's right and wrong, quickly passed judgment on Pace.