A "Cruel" Arizona Law Means Illegals No Longer Get Money for College

How dare they: A new Arizona law limits financial assistance for college to actual citizens!

Post Finance Columnist Fawns over Hillary Clinton

Michelle Singletary describes Clinton's proposal for taxpayer-funded help to debt-ridden Americans in glowing terms.

The Media Assault on American Values

The conflict between the media, personal responsibility and respect for religion.

Times Attacks Anti-PC Documentary, Defends College Censorship of Conservatives

Education writer Joseph Berger ludicrously defends Vassar's censorship of conservative speech and criticizes an anti-PC movie: "Does the film offer a fair picture of campus life in 2007, or is it ...

'Today' Demonizes Student Loan Companies for Alleged 'Schemes'

As Congress faces loan legislation, NBC show uses horror music and generalizations to frighten viewers.

What Now -- Student Lenders Stealing Food from Borrowers?

'World News Sunday' pushes victimization theme, using extreme scenario and leading Democrat to blame lenders.

Media Exaggerate Student Loan 'Crisis'

Following liberal attorney general's lead, journalists portray lenders as malicious source of students' debt woes.

CNN Parrots Press Release on Pay Gap Study

'In the Money' highlights call for more business regulation, but admits women's salary negotiations play a role.

Prominent Critics Rip Into Awful Coverage of the Duke "Rape" Hoax

Former Times Public Editor Daniel Okrent called the Times' coverage "heartbreaking."

Student Loan Providers 'Sound Like Drug Companies,' CNN Reporter Scolds

'In the Money' report drags several industries through the mud while pushing for more government control of student loans.
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