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Labor Day on 'Lou Dobbs' Features (Surprise!) Union Leaders

Two 'experts' criticize American middle class compensation and completely ignore the positive aspects of American de-unionization.

Blurring the Iraq-Al Qaeda Connection with "Mesopotamia"

So nice, the Times printed it twice in two days: "Al Qaeda in Mesopotamia, the homegrown Sunni Arab extremist group that American intelligence agencies have concluded is foreign led. The extent of ...

Media Negative throughout Nearly Four Years of Job Growth

By predicting job losses, focusing on layoffs and ignoring job revisions the media have cast a pall over the U.S. economy.

New Law Passed, Texans Already Going Kill-Crazy

Reporter Gretel Kovach: "A Texas rock musician was shot to death here early Monday by a neighbor who fired through a closed door, thinking he was scaring off a burglar. The incident occurred just ...

Flashback: Elian Gonzalez "Reunited with His Father in Cuba"

The Times skipped the parts about the armed federal raid on the family's house.

"Strong Incentives to Comply" in Cuba Fridge Swap

What sort of "strong incentives" apply in a Communist dictatorship? Reporter Simon Romero doesn't ask, but does talk about the "free" health care and education in Cuba.

PTC Study: Violence, Sex and Profanity Overwhelm TV's Family Hour

Fox Network is the worst offender.

In Financial Times Interview, Barney Frank Says Business and Government Should 'Help' Each Other

Democratic House financial services committee chairman pushes for economic 'equity' over freedom and prosperity.

Cooper vs. Condi: NYT Smacks Rice Around

In an unsympathetic evaluation, reporter Helene Cooper promoted the view that "as national security adviser [Condoleezza Rice] largely served as a rubber stamp for a series of foreign policy ...