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Crowd Likes Bush - Times In Disbelief

"Softball Season" for Bush, whines the Times, after the president appears before a friendly crowd: "...some onetime allies voice worry about the White House creating the impression that he is ...

French Election Watch: Reporter Sciolino Still Doesn't Like Conservative Sarkozy

"Mr. Sarkozy had to avoid looking like a sexist bully; Ms. Royal had to prove herself presidential....Mr. Sarkozy, the former interior and finance minister, had to fight off the demon that has ...

ABC World News Uses Scary Footage to Push Hate Crimes Bill

News report avoids the real story: the House hate crimes vote.

Russell Simmons' Solutions

Simmons declared, I think that children, and parents, and everyone else who doesn't really understand the hip-hop community should have a choice....we want people to choose what they want. And if ...

Wrong Again on "Domestic Wiretapping"

More "domestic" misleading about a terrorist surveillance program.

Portraying Illegal Immigrants as Victims for May Day Amnesty Rallies

Julia Preston: "This May 1 there will be another round of rallies and marches, but this time immigrants will also be protesting a surge in deportations."

"Foul" Racial Bias in the NBA?

The Times' crusade for social justice knows no out-of-bounds: "An academic study of the National Basketball Association...suggests that a racial bias found in other parts of American society has ...

Networks Chip Away at Dow Milestones

Economic pessimism abounds in network news reports even as the Dow continues to break records.

BusinessWeek: Private Roads a Dead End

Magazine claims the highway to hell is paved with privatization.

Partisan Prosecutors on Only One Side of the Political Aisle

"Some Ask" if Republican attorneys are being unfair to Democrats. Did anyone ask Tom DeLay for comment.
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