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Times' Columnist Attacks "Demonization" of Innocent Duke Players

Was sports columnist Selena Roberts listening?

Paul Krugman Takes on Bushie "Theocrats" and Their "Strategy of Infiltration"

Horrors! "But did you know that Rachel Paulose, the U.S. attorney in Minnesota...is, according to a local news report, in the habit of quoting Bible verses in the office?"

Blaming Bush for U.N. Inaction in Darfur

"But Bush administration officials have promised action before and come up short....Now, more than six months later, there is still no United Nations peacekeeping force in Darfur."

CNN's Velshi Misreports Tax Numbers While 'Minding Your Business'

Reporter emphasizes 'cost' of repeal, but gets it wrong.

Blood, Guts, but No (Box-Office) Glory

The message comes across loud and clear. Hollywood wants more – more violence, more gore, more blood. But another message, while a whisper, is just as powerful. Last weekend's box office ...

Obscene Material -- Hard-Core Porn -- Is Not Constitutionally Protected Speech

While the ACLU and liberal judges have managed to create a body of distorted case law in which soft-core porn has legal protection, the hardcore stuff found in adult stores does not. Hard-core ...

Only ABC Addresses Broader Context of Imus Firing Adequately

Is the story of the firing of radio shock jock Don Imus only about racism, or is it also about hatred and incivility in hip hop culture?

On Duke Lacrosse, the Times Has Some Explaining to Do

The Times leads with the exoneration of the Duke lacrosse players - after a year's worth of misleading coverage.