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Oscar's Artistic, Foul Mouth

This year's Best Picture nominees were aesthetically excellent, but morally impaired.

The Times Preens Over Its Skepticism on Iranian Meddling in Iraq

After being criticized by liberals after failure to find huge stocks of WMD, the Times leans heavily towards skepticism about regarding Iran's involvement with Shiites in Iraq.

No Machine Politics in Florida Congressional Race, Times Admits

The Times turns around on allegations of voting machine malfunction in a disputed Congressional race in Florida won by a Republican.

Hiding Louis Farrakhan's Racist Rants

The Times' reporter on the Muslim-American beat, Neil MacFarquhar, waits until the 30th paragraph to issue a brief sentence on Farrakhan's "speeches that were deemed racist."

CNN Dishes Up Pro-Regulation Feast

'American Morning' promotes 'Extreme' CSPI call for restaurant food labeling.

Will Miracle Baby Change the Abortion Debate?

Preemie Amillia's survival may force America to rethink those Supreme Court trimesters, if the media will allow the discussion.

Hybrids Lose Fuel Economy with New Testing

USA Today reports hybrid cars get fewer mpg than previously thought.

Another Times Reporter Goes on Rose Show and Says Bush's "Surge" May Work

Will the Times criticize Sabrina Tavernise for her comments on the Charlie Rose show, like it did those of military reporter Michael Gordon?

Republican Rudy vs. Democrat Richardson: Not Even Close

In the Democratic corner: "Exuberant and experienced..." In the Republican corner: "Giuliani Is Seeing Only Softballs."

Rich Man, Poor Man

The media complain about the 'problem' of income inequality and ignore two other perspectives.
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