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ABC's Prank News Show Hunts for Secret, Anti-Gay Bigotry in a NJ Diner

ABC's undercover news show, What Would You Do, on Friday continued to search for examples of bigotry across America. Anchor John Quinones narrated a segment featuring two men pretending to be gay ...

CBS: Gay Community 'Celebrated The End of An Era' With DADT Repeal

At the top of a report on CBS's Sunday Morning, correspondent Whit Johnson proclaimed: "In San Francisco yesterday, they celebrated the end of an era. After nearly two decades, the policy of ...

Times Embraces 'Don't Ask Don't Tell' Repeal As 'Historic'

Congressional reporter Carl Hulse embraces another liberal piece of legislation as "historic": "The vote marked a historic moment that some equated with the end of racial segregation in the military."

Tom Friedman's Latest Silliness: U.S. Military 'Out-Greening' Al Qaeda and the Taliban

Yes, he's serious: "at a time when a fraudulent, anti-science campaign funded largely by Big Oil and Big Coal has blocked Congress from passing any clean energy/climate bill - is the fact that the ...

CNN's Yellin: Congress's Low Polls Numbers Due to Failure to Repeal DADT?

On Wednesday's Newsroom, CNN's Jessica Yellin bizarrely implied that Congress's low poll numbers was linked to their failure to repeal "don't ask, don't tell." After noting the public's support ...

Times Skips Pro-Life March, But Sends Writer and Photographer to Georgia for 'Dwindling' Anti-Army Protest

For the last three years the Times has virtually ignored the annual March for Life anti-abortion rally. Yet when a sparsely attended left-wing anti-military protest in Georgia is in danger of ...

MSNBC's Cenk Uygur Claims George W. Bush Confessed to 'War Crimes' in New Memoir

MSNBC's Cenk Uygur mischaracterized the 43rd President's position on the waterboarding, before demanding that Bush be prosecuted. "Now it seems to me we have a confession here of a war crime and a ...

Controversial Video Game Only Renames Taliban, 'Opposition Forces'

EA's 'Medal of Honor' fails to remove divisive enemy combatant multi-player option.

Video Game Option to Play as Taliban Sparks Military Ban

'Medal of Honor' won't be sold on bases, leaders raise sensitivity concerns over multiplayer mode.

Sesame Street Helps Military Kids Deal with Loss

Production company uses Muppets, real life stories, to teach children how to grieve
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