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Running for President While Running from Marriage

The media must make candidates take clear positions on whether to amend the Constitution to protect one-man, one-woman marriage.

A Global Warming Skeptic the Media Tolerate

Author Bjorn Lomborg questions the cost benefit of so-called climate change prevention measures.

Does GOP Know Giuliani's Pro-Choice? Either Way, He's in Trouble

The Times plays the abortion card both ways to show Rudy Giuliani will have trouble with Republican voters.

George Bush, "Master of the Malapropism"

Sheryl Gay Stolberg mocks Bush in Australia and says matter-of-factly: "Of course, it is the president's policies, not his food preferences, that irk Australians."

Giuliani's "Political Exploitation" of 9-11?

The Times is determined to limit any political gains Republican Rudy Giuliani gets for 9-11: "...there have been renewed questions about the fuzzy line between somber remembrance and political ...

Piling On Petraeus

The Times takes a cheap shot at Gen. Petraeus: "We hope Congress is not fooled by the silver stars, charts and rhetoric of yesterday's hearing."

'World News' Finds Extreme Examples of Mortgage Crises

ABC's Betsy Stark frames rise in foreclosures as the fault of widespread fraud, not poor judgment from lenders and buyers.

Frank Rich Says Katie Couric Drank the Kool-Aid in Iraq

Rich calls two scholars from the left-of-center Brookings Institution "Pentagon junketeers" for daring to suggest things are improving on the ground in Iraq.

Opposing 9/11 Remembrance

Commemorating the victims of al-Qaeda's sneak attack is growing tedious, even annoying, and may play into the hands of the Bush administration, according to NPR and The New York Times.