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U.N. Panel Sharing Nobel Prize Is Fundamentally Flawed, Expert Says

Media have latched on to Gore's award, but the IPCC has received little scrutiny despite its faulty economic calculations.

Japan's Welfare System Starving People to Death

"In a way that the words of no living person could, the diary [of a man who starved] has shown the human costs of the economic transformation in Japan." But the man never asked relatives or ...

GOP a "Truly Vicious Political Movement," "Punishing...Injured Children"

Alleged economics columnist Paul Krugman takes more dictation from the left-wing blogosphere.

NYT Hits Rita Braver's Conflict of Interest - But Not With Hillary

Media reporter Jacques Steinberg let CBS reporter Rita Braver get away with an untrue statement: that she has "stayed away" from Clinton interviews after her husband's legal work for the Clintons ...

Gore Wins Thanks to Media's Fever Pitch on Global Warming

Climate alarmist receives Nobel Peace Prize with conveniently red hot support from journalists.

Miller, the Jesus-Mocking Beer

Miller Brewing Company sponsors an attack on Christianity.

Hillary Dodges Social Security Questions; Doesn't Want to 'Spook' Americans

In CNBC interview, Sen. Clinton claims tax cuts ineffective; says her tax hikes wouldn't hurt the economy.

Long-Shot Dems Get Flattering Front-Page Profiles; What About the GOP?

Three favorable profiles of Democratic long-shots in the Times in less than three weeks, two on the front page, none with a news hook. The GOP hasn't fared quite as well.

'Evening News' Sings the Blues for Employers of Illegal Immigrants

CBS gives sympathetic portrait of businesses breaking the law, overlooks economic facts.

Al Gore, from "Lost Soul" to "International Hero"

Jim Rutenberg provides some oxygen to the "Draft Gore!" movement.
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