Education

A Tale of Two F-Bombs: WaPo, MSNBC, CNN Bothered By Cheney, Not Biden

Media outlets applied two different standards to vice presidents' slips – Cheney's viewed as a breach of decorum and Biden's as 'excited profanity.'

Vanity Fair Fears 'Texas Witch Trials' Will Erase the Civil Rights Movement from History Books

Henry Rollins warns of a 'return to the dim-bulb cruelty and religious fascism' of the past.

Bias by the Numbers: WaPo Giddy Over Gay Marriage

Paper's reporting on DC same-sex marriage ruling quotes supporters 10 times more than opponents.

State Autonomy Over Education Policy Dismissed as 'Patchwork,' 'Checkerboard'

A front-page story by Sam Dillon pushes uniform standards for pubilc schools nationwide, and buries the ideological edge of the issue: Conservative opposition.

Times Obsesses Over Texas 'Conservatives' Changing Curriculum, Ignores Far-Left Hispanic Group's Protest

Austin-based reporter James McKinley Jr. constantly declaims about "conservatives" who want to soften the liberal edge of school textbooks, but ignores the presence of the far-left Hispanic ...

Barron's: Washington Post Investigated by the Dept. of Education

Business journal notes DOE inquiry into its important education unit conspicuously absent from newspaper's coverage.

Times Finds Excuses for Lousy Rhode Island School, Hits President from Left for Supporting Teacher Dismissals

Even Barack Obama agrees with a Rhode Island school board that fired all its teachers, but the Times fires a warning shot from the left: "Officials at the two unions, the National Education ...

Double Standard: NPR Applies Varying Terminology on Gun Rights vs. Abortion

Cato analysis finds NPR readily calls Second Amendment rights advocates 'gun advocates' but has seldom used the same jargon for abortion, pornography.

WaPo Celebrates Legalization of Gay Marriage in D.C.

Alexander and Marimow enthuse that the 'fight' for gay marriage has been won.

At CPAC, Breitbart Calls NY Times Reporter who Alleged Racism 'Despicable'

Web entrepreneur and publisher of BigGovernment.com blasts Times' Kate Zernike for alleging racism at conservative event and explains the 'social justice' mentality.
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