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The Celebrity Asylum

The best thing you can say about the current celebrity journalism glut is that it's teaching an object lesson in How Not To Live.

Public Radio: Low Taxes = Sick Children

'Marketplace' segment furthers idea that higher taxes are needed.

CBS Downplays Costs, Advocates Company's 'Elder Care' Benefits

'Evening News' says cost is 'just $15 a day,' urges workers to ask for more benefits.

Faulty Caffeine Story Jolts CNN's Desire for Government Regulation

Report misstates age on warning label as '16' when video clearly shows it's 18.

"Both Parties" Dealing with 2008 Controversies?

The Times balances a juicy fight between the two leading Democratic candidates with one between John McCain and two people not running for anything.

Britney Spears, Anna Nicole Smith and those "Sociopathic" Republicans

Liberal celebrities can have their say. But it's also fair to remind Americans just what the limousine liberals are saying, and how the likes of ABC and CNN and other media seem to do all they can ...

The New York Times and the Gospel Truth

The New York Times has been in the forefront of the conservative Christian-bashing, running voluminous pieces that accuse churches of avoiding taxes and warning darkly that the Christian Right is ...

The Times Asks: Is It Safe for Men to Kiss in Public?

Guy Trebay goes on (and on and on) about the Snickers Super Bowl commercial showing two men accidentally kissing: "But for some the commercial left the lingering question of who owns the kiss? How ...

Surprise: Times Finds Tougher Border Security Actually Works

Maybe reporter James McKinley can inform his paper's editorial page, which last Sunday proclaimed that increased border security wasn't working.

CBS Focuses on Hollywood Money, but No Mention of Hollywood Values

What do Tinseltown activists expect of politicians in return for all that cash?
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