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Times Lauds Play's "Vigorous Defense of Gay marriage"

Hyping a new gay play, the Times lets two performers accuse a politician of inciting anti-gay violence.

Media Ignore Impending Collision: Gay Rights vs. Religious Liberty

'Fascism has come to Canada,' writes a Canadian priest. Is America next in line?

Media Take Sides in OK Lawmaker's 'Homophobia' Flap

An anti-Sally Kern rally of 300 made the New York Times. Almost no press mentions of the pro-Kern rally numbering at least 1,500.

Are Connecticut Justices, Hartford Courant Courting Same-Sex Marriage?

The state's largest newspaper, and the oldest in the nation, The Hartford Courant, hasn't covered the case on its news pages since it was argued last May. But that doesn't mean the paper has kept ...

U.S. Troops to Blame for Persecution of Gays in Iraq?

Reporter Cara Buckley: "One night shortly after Saddam Hussein fell, American soldiers burst into the apartment that Mohammed shared with his two brothers. They were looking for insurgents, but ...

"Conservative" Abortion Opponents but No "Liberals" for Gay Marriage

The Times threw around "conservative" ten times in a story on pro-life opposition to Mitt Romney, but "liberal" wasn't uttered in a story on gay marriage questions at the Democrats "gay debate."

USA Today Weighs In Against Doctors' Freedom of Conscience

Religious convictions are trumped by patients' lifestyle preferences.

Another Friday, Another Leftist Activist to Glorify in a Fawning Profile

Robin Finn's Friday tradition: Fawning over liberal activists in hagiographic profiles, without the burden of balance.

The NYT on Bush's "Prejudiced" Surgeon General Nominee

Three times the NYT says Bush's nominee for Surgeon General considered homosexual sex "unnatural and unhealthy" in a 1991 paper excoriated by gay rights groups - even though the words don't appear ...

On Death of Jerry Falwell, Times Talks Teletubbies

But the infamous debate over "Tinky Winky," the "gay Teletubby," was started not by Falwell but by gay liberals.
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