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CMI Commentary: Hollywood vs. Emilio Estevez

During promotion of his new film "The Way," the actor admits, " Theres a lot of violence, casual sex things that make me uncomfortable watching and Im not interested in perpetuating that message."

The 'Innocence Snuff Film'

Schwimming upstream - 'Friends' actor bemoans sexualized culture

Brooks: Times Readers Further to the Left Than Times Journalists

Time Magazine: "Being a conservative voice in what is typically considered to be a more liberal newspaper than not, how exactly does that frame affect what you write?" Columnist David Brooks: ...

Times Critic and Author William McGowan Blasts Paper's 'Propagandizing'

William McGowan, Times critic and author of the new book Gray Lady Down, argues that by September 11, 2001, the Times had already established itself as the standard-bearer for "counter-cultural ...

Gaza-Based NYT Reporter: Israeli Policies to Blame for Hamas, a 'Reality' Which Must Be 'Engaged'

Former Gaza-based reporter Taghreed El-Khodary grants an interview to left-wing Salon, blaming Israel for the existence of the anti-Jewish terrorist group Hamas and confessing her job at the Times ...

Bill Keller Says His Journalists Love Their Country Too

The suddenly ubiquitous Times editor sits down with Time magazine and gets a few hardballs from readers, including this one: "The Times had no problem leaking state secrets, claiming the truth ...

Ann Coulter Talks to the "Treason Times"

The Times' Dave Itzkoff interviewed Ann Coulter and may have gotten even more than he bargained for: "I'll have you know, I am the Treason Times most loyal reader. I was hoping your email was a ...

Zing! Times Asks Obama: "Are You a Socialist?"

Reporter Peter Baker defends the question from outcry from the Angry Left: "The point is not the label, per se, but the question of whether the times and the solutions under consideration ...

The Times Finally Sits Down With Obama

The Times wades into a racial "tumult" over Attorney General Eric Holder's description of America as "a nation of cowards" on race matters - after ignoring it for three weeks.

A Study in Character Assassination: How the TV Networks Have Portrayed Sarah Palin as Dunce or Demon

An analysis of two weeks of coverage of the GOP vice presidential nominee reveals unremitting hostility from the network news.
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