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Public Radio: Why Should U.S. Adopt 'Failure' of E.U. Carbon Reduction Plans?

'Marketplace' segment acknowledges economic 'pain' of ineffective emissions cuts.

The Numbers on Moral Decline

Americans look into their television sets, and are getting a high-definition dose of Hollywood's take on values. Fully 68 percent of Americans in the survey said the media are having a detrimental ...

Networks Hype Credit Companies Abuse

Evening newscasts use 'horror stories' but leave out personal responsibility.

Dictatorships Like North Korea Merely "In Disfavor with the U.S."?

American the bully boy? "China had the dubious distinction of being lumped in one section of the report alongside a number of governments that are in disfavor with the United States." Such ...

Sunday, Bloody Sunday

Sabotaging Faith on the Sabbath

Richard Armitage, the Forgotten Man

Who is this "government official" of which the Times speaks so vaguely, who may have committed a "serious offense"?

Libby Case Showed "Puppeteer" Cheney "Pulling the Strings"

In the wake of Lewis Libby's conviction, an ominous headline pondered whether the vice president would be next: "A Judgment on Cheney Is Still to Come."

Help the Earth for Just $18,000

CBS pushes California's solar power plan by downplaying massive cost.

Can We Atone for Our Energy Sins?

Media fawn over celebrities' 'carbon offsets' and fail to examine cost of carbon-trading programs.

Libby Verdict Bad, Bad, Bad News for Bush

Jim Rutenberg sees the Democrats having "a good shot at recapturing the White House in 2008," while Bush "faces an array of political and policy problems that seem to be growing by the day."
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