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"How Dirty Did the Tricks Get?" Times Swallows All Valerie Plame's Claims

In a review of Valerie Plame's new book, Janet Maslin doesn't raise any questions about the former CIA employee or her husband, anti-war misleader Joseph Wilson.

Kakutani's Surprise Kick at Feminist Faludi's "Sloppily Reasoned" 9-11 Book

The Times at first fawned over feminist Susan Faludi's deluded new book on 9-11 - but then liberal book critic Michiko Kakutani ripped the "ill-conceived and poorly executed book," "one of the ...

Tying the Knot for Keeps

ABC Ably Showcases Oregon County's War on the Divorce Rate

Lovelock: Warming Will Kill 6 Billion

Gaia theory creator says 'dark time' will leave only 500 million, 'but for those who survive, I suspect it will be rather exciting.'

Parade Magazine Dismisses Notion Hugo Chavez Is a 'Mortal Enemy'

Report misleads on trade relations, omits realities of Chávez's impact on Venezuela and U.S. economy.

Times Just Can't Stand Lou Dobbs' Stand on Illegal Immigration

The Times pursues Lou Dobbs' opposition to illegal immigration as if he was the first journalist to ever make his opinion on an issue clear (although it's an everyday occurrence in the liberal media).

Times Oddly Underwhelmed by Victory of Indian-American in Louisiana

Could it be because Louisiana Governor-Elect Bobby Jindal is a conservative, religious Republican?

Story on Limbaugh Auction Misleads in the Lede

The Times again misconstrued Rush Limbaugh's "phony soldiers" comment.

An Army of Three? Army Recruiting Goes Astray

Keep in mind that the law Congress enacted in 1993 bars homosexuals in the military, period. And the Clinton-era policy watering down that law, Don't Ask, Don't Tell, still bars open ...

Twenty Years After Black Monday: Similar and Very Different

Media hoped for the best, but warned about the worst on Oct. 19, 1987. Now, it's mostly the latter.
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