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Executive Editor Keller Confesses to NYT's 'Culturally Liberal' Outlook, Makes It Sound Appealing

NYT Executive Editor Bill Keller confessed his paper could be rightfully accused of a liberal outlook, though he managed to make this particular brand of urban cultural liberalism sound appealing: ...

Morning Joe Pundits: Obama 'Extremely Deft in a Very Tough Situation'

During Monday's Morning Joe, Time's Mark Halperin and co-host Mika Brzezinski helpfully provided some spin for the White House to borrow as President Obama finishes his prepared remarks for Monday ...

'Conservative Landscape' Against Illegal Immigration, But ACLU, SPLC Not Liberal?

The Times finds "a conservative drift in state capitols" against illegal immigration, but fails to label the ACLU or the Southern Poverty Law Center.

Times Blames Data 'Overload,' 'Compassion Fatigue,' and Basketball for Obama's Low Libya Ratings

Ignoring fears of mission creep or questions about exit strategies, reporter Kirk Johnson dug up some novel excuses for the public's resistance to Obama's bombing campaign over Libya: Information ...

Executive Editor Keller Confesses to NYT's 'Culturally Liberal' Outlook, Makes It Sound Appealing

Executive Editor Bill Keller confessed his paper could be rightfully accused of a liberal outlook, though he managed to make this particular brand of urban cultural liberalism sound appealing: ...

Geraldine Ferraro in 1984 'Hounded' with 'Intensity' by Sexist Anti-Abortion Conservatives

Douglas Martin claims sexism on the part of pro-lifers: "The abortion issue, magnified because she was Roman Catholic and a woman, plagued her campaign. Though she opposed the procedure ...

The Atheist Mormon-Trashing Musical

Perpetual immaturity from the creators of "South Park."

NPR Slants 7 to 2 Towards Backers of Federal Funding of Public Broadcasting

On Thursday's All Things Considered, NPR's Jim Zarroli vouched for continuing federal funding of public broadcasting by lining up seven sound bites from three supporters of the medium, versus only ...

CBS Wonders if U.S. 'Transfer of Power' in Libya Has 'Brushed Back' Criticism of Obama

On Friday's CBS Early Show, the network did its first full segment on criticism of the Obama administration's Libya policy, with co-host Chris Wragge declaring: "As the transfer of power gets set ...

No Lock-Out Coverage for Obama, But Bush's Door Flub Was Front-Page News

In 2005, the Times published a four-panel picture on the front page that extended over two columns showing President Bush trying to exit a press conference in Beijing through a locked door...but ...