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Philadelphia Inquirer Finds No Eatery Owners Complaining About Trans Fat Ban

Reporters cite restaurant owners as pro-regulation, but had ditched trans fats long before the new law passed.

All the 'Gay' News That's Fit to Print

Homosexual activists knocking a Snickers ad off the air is news, but homosexual activists threatening the life of a political rival isn't?

Why Are Heavyweight Republicans Talking to "Has-Been" Falwell?

Reuters implies the Rev. Jerry Falwell is no longer important, but GOP presidential candidates are beating a path to his door.

Fortune Magazine Slams Coal Company, Praises Alliance Between Big Biz, Enviros

Reporter Marc Gunther pits TXU coal company against 'pro-business' green groups that oppose nuclear energy and favor tax increases.

"Powerful Muckraker" Rep. Henry Waxman Takes on the Bushies

Philip Shenon puffs partisan Democratic liberal Rep. Henry Waxman, the new chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, which will apparently become subpoena central in the new ...

'American Morning' on Yo-Yo Diet of Obesity Hype

Twice this week, the CNN show has scoffed at anti-sugar crusades as silly or over-the-top, a departure from its usual reporting on the 'obesity epidemic.'

For Former NYT Environmental Reporter, It's Apocalypse Now for the Climate

Retired Timesman William Stevens doesn't have much doubt about global warming, and even brings Hurricane Katrina into the apocalyptic picture: "The awakening has been energized largely by dramatic ...

GOP Still "Blocking" Debate on Iraq?

Zeleny repeats Democrat spin that it's Republicans who are blocking debate in the Senate regarding Bush's troop increase, while Democrat Majority Leader Harry Reid refuses to allow votes on two ...

Failed Budget Talks All Cheney's Fault

Steven Weisman goes to his favorite deficit "Cassandra," Democratic Sen. Kent Conrad. Plus more "deep cuts" that are actually slowdowns in spending growth.

ABC's Avila Throws Book at Wal-Mart over Class Action Case

Reporter leaves out argument that 9th Circuit ruling flies in face of standing precedent and could hurt business.
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