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GOP Must "Atone" for Conservative "Death Grip"

Repent, GOP, says Book Review Editor Sam Tanenhaus: "The G.O.P.'s embrace of the conservative movement is beginning, some say, to resemble a death grip. But there have been no signs of atonement ...

Bad Labeling Habits Continue

Liberal labeling habits: Meet Sen. Ted Kennedy, plain old "Democrat of Massachusetts," and check out the "conservative legacy of the religious right" (as opposed to the liberal legacy?).

Assault on the Great American Cookout

From the media's war on obesity to global warming, grilling and picnic foods just shouldn't be on the menu.

Networks Dramatize Diabetes Drug Dangers

ABC, CBS and NBC emphasize the potential for complications and death from Avandia, despite calls from study's author to exercise discretion.

Top Book Critic Loves Gore's "Fiercely Argued" Anti-Bush Screed

Michiko Kakutani's fan mail: Gore's powerful book "The Assault on Reason" just as great as "An Inconvenient Truth."

Moral Equivalency Between Israel, Palestinian Terrorists

Israel killed four terrorists, while Palestinians killed an Israeli citizen. But it's all the same for Times' headline writers.

"Saint Albert" Ministers to the Environmental Heathens

Contributing writer James Traub fertilizes Al Gore's "prophetic" image.

Washington Post Media Critic Admits Reporters Frame Quotes, Slice and Dice Interviews

Irresponsibility and dishonesty are undermining public trust in journalism.

USA Today: Money Gap Not Class-Related; It's Age

Newspaper takes on income inequality debate and adds important factors such as education, delayed careers for young people, and taxing the young to feed the old.

NYT Still in Denial Over Fort Dix Six and "What Role Religion Played"

The Times is still in denial about the Fort Dix terrorist plotters: "The authorities have called the men Islamic extremists, but have not detailed exactly what role religion played in the plans ...
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