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The Gentleman and the Juicer

Cal Ripken Jr. is a striking contrast to Barry Bonds.

Media Give Short Shrift to Pro-Illegal Alien Judgment

Nearly every news organization that covered the court decision voiding Hazleton, Penn.'s immigration laws sided with the illegals.

Paying it Forward, One Organ at a Time

ABC's feature on an organ donor's generosity brightens a dreary news week.

CBS Ambushes the Second Amendment

Network calls for more gun control and federal spending, but not moral reform, to curb inner city violence.

Big Media Ignores Pew Poll's Good News in War on Terror

Support for bin Laden and suicide bombings is waning in the Muslim world, but the mainstream media fail to tell the story.

Yes, Virginia. Sex Sells.

The New York Times gives a naughty site some free publicity.

The New Republic Smears the Troops – With a Hoax?

An article written under a pseudonym defames American soldiers in Iraq with dubious, unverifiable stories of cruelty.

New York Times Gives Comfort to Wall Street Journal Reporters Worried about Murdoch Takeover

Liberal journalists seem to fear losing their safe sanctuary for bias.

Media Let Parents Off the Hook on Childhood Obesity

Are Shrek, Sponge Bob, sugary cereal and pleading children really impossible to resist?

NBC Justifying Vandalism?

A report on the destruction of a Hummer by radical environmentalists takes a distressingly green turn.
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