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Real Debate Questions for GOP Candidates

Voters need to know what presidential candidates would do with their money. These questions would get answers.

Times Misleads on Phony "Phony Soldiers" Controversy

A Senate vote gives the Times an excuse to jump into a phony controversy over comments made by Rush Limbaugh and his alleged "...insinuation that members of the military who question the Iraq war ...

When the Story's Got Children, Who Needs Facts?

Media coverage of State Children's Health Insurance Program expansion heavy on liberal talking points, light on its unattractive reality.

The Scoundrel Song of David Banner

No matter how pornographic his lyrics, no matter how many kids he helps to corrupt, no matter how callously he maligns fellow citizens as niggas and hoes and no matter how coarsely he portrays ...

CNN Team Shocked, Appalled that Bush Would Veto Anything about the Children

CNN political analyst gives emotional opinions, omits White House position that $35-billion spending increase 'goes too far toward federalizing health care.'

CBS Shines Rare Light on Frivolous Government Spending

'Evening News' airs unusual story about where federal tax dollars are being spent, showing government excess and congressional favoritism.

The Fall Season in TV Legislation

To say that Hollywood's apologists are running out of gas is an understatement. All they have left is hot air.

Post Carries On about Carried Interest and Tax 'Loophole'

Newspaper attacks 'tax break' and calls would-be tax increase a 'reform.'

"Are You For or Against Children?"

Robert Pear thinks the GOP should just give up on stopping the expansion of a federal health care program for children.

LA Times Backs Away from Bias – But Not All the Way

A story on the House ethics bill paints Capitol Hill corruption as an exclusively Republican problem. The next day's revised version injects a little balance, but not enough.
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