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ABC Web Site Compares Current Day to Fall of Rome 'If We Don't Save Our Troubled Planet'

Network's 'Earth 2100' program warns about collapse of civilization, asks 'Are we next?'

Author Blames Lack of Draft for Blackwater's Rise

Iraq war opponent Jeremy Scahill rails against paid security contractors that lessen the burden on the U.S. military.

Media Condemn Oil Speculators after Announcement of CFTC Investigation

Revelation of probe by regulatory authority credited for causing one-day drop in oil prices, although prices showing rebound.

Wash. Post on Obese Children: 'Parent' Never Mentioned

Article celebrates victories of anti-food advocates pressuring businesses.

CBS Uses Kennedy Diagnosis to Critique Government Cancer Funding

'Evening News' criticizes federal government for reserach funds 'drying up;' praises British government for higher funding.

Parade Shills for PBS to Get $400 Million in Federal Funding

NPR affiliates support one-sided poll that equates yes and no votes with 'supporting Big Bird; or give him the ax.'

Networks Ignore Government's Role in Ethanol-Driven Global Food Crisis

Food inflation and hunger riots tied to ethanol mandate U.S. politicians and journalists supported.

ABC's Ross Blames U.S. Gun Industry for Mexican Drug Violence

'World News' goes undercover in gun stores on U.S. side of the Mexican border to bash Second Amendment.

CBS Embraces Left-Wing Talking Points When Following Taxpayers' Money

'Evening News' commemorates Tax Day 2008 de-emphasizing entitlements, calling some spending of taxpayer money 'relative bargains.'

Harry Smith Says Tax Refunds Are 'Too Much'

'The Early Show' host 'stunned' by average refunds while financial expert explains rebates and refunds and encourages financial responsibility.
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