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Prescription For Bias: Executive Summary

Networks Downplay Drug Costs, Treat Medicine as Entitlement

COVERAGE OF U.S. ATTORNEYS FIRINGS PROVES HYPOCRITICAL DOUBLE STANDARD OF THE MEDIA

COVERAGE OF U.S. ATTORNEYS FIRINGS PROVES HYPOCRITICAL DOUBLE STANDARD OF THE MEDIA Bush Fired 8, Clinton Fired 93, But Only Bush is News

Failed Budget Talks All Cheney's Fault

Steven Weisman goes to his favorite deficit "Cassandra," Democratic Sen. Kent Conrad. Plus more "deep cuts" that are actually slowdowns in spending growth.

Stolberg Endorses Democratic Views of High-Handed Bush

Sheryl Gay Stolberg on Bush: "From the outset of his presidency, Mr. Bush treated the Republican-run Congress like a tool at his disposal."

Still Ignoring Al Sharpton's Hateful Past

Patrick Healy hits inflammatory Al Sharpton hard in his story on Sharpton's tour of Democratic presidential candidates: "The Rev. Al Sharpton, a man who says he knows a well-tailored suit from a ...

Ignoring Sen. Rockefeller's Own "Rhetoric About Iraq" and WMD

In a front-page story, Mark Mazzetti lets Democratic Sen. Jay Rockefeller rip into Bush for misleading "rhetoric about Iraq before the American invasion of 2003," but ignores what Rockefeller ...

Post Hails Democrats Seeking 'New Political Center' on Money Matters

But policies paper cheers as a compromise package are both liberal measures.

Democrats Seeking "Middle Ground"?

But the Times' idea of "governing from the center" includes minimum-wage hikes and increasing education aid.

Being Pro-Life Is an "Extreme Position"?

Plus: "Installed" Bush has no mandate.

Bush Still President, Times Disturbed

Jim Rutenberg: Bush is "the man who all but ignored the disputed circumstances of his election in 2000, governed from then as if he had an expansive mandate...."
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