"Killer Vet" Story Worthy but Marred by Bad Numbers, Says Public Editor

Public Editor Clark Hoyt's take on the Times' inflammatory story on murderous veterans: A worthy idea marred by shoddy statistics and the eternal journalistic quest to uncover a trend.

Others Pounce on the Times' Useless Smear of Vets as Criminals

Lack of context makes a story on murders committed by returning veterans from Iraq and Afghanistan both invidious and journalistically worthless.

More Iraq War Bias in a story from...Kosovo?

Nicholas Kulish wonders if a potential NATO peacekeeping force in Kosovo will be hurt by "a distracted and overstretched American military...."

Moyers Gives Liberal Author 40 Minutes to Bash Blackwater in Interview

PBS host conducts one-sided interview devoid of objectivity with Jeremy Scahill, longtime critic of private military contractors.

Rush Limbaugh, Vindicated

CBS Still Down on Blackwater After Firm Rescues Polish Ambassador in Iraq

After company's CEO Erik Prince is grilled by congressional Democrats and castigated by the media, security contractor does its job in Iraq.

Editor Says Liberal Bias in NYT "Relatively Rare"

Plus: Michael Vick, Duke & a Double Standard on Snitching

Spike TV Enlists in the Anti-War Movement

New miniseries slams the Iraq war, casts Iraq vets as victims and criminals.

ABC Honors the Naturalization of True Immigrant Patriots

161 U.S. military personnel from 54 countries become U.S. citizens in Baghdad on July 4.

Covering Hillary's Right Flank

"The Republican National Committee's research staff members have already compiled a series of examples that they say show Mrs. Clinton at odds with military interests...General Keane...and other ...
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