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Consumer Choice vs. Pointless Publicity

This ad campaign doesn't address the most glaring problem with the V-chip – that even if every parent became a technological whiz with the blocking buttons, the broadcast and cable networks do an ...

Edwards Claims His Mega-Mansion is Carbon Neutral

Presidential candidate promotes carbon caps for business, but carbon 'offsets' for himself.

No Liberals Behind Mass Anti-War Rallies, Just a "Grass-Roots Organization"

The Times did a better job of accurate labeling on Sunday.

Excoriating Bush's 8 Attorney Firings, Ignoring Clinton's 93

The Times has led the rest of the press in excorating Bush for firing eight U.S. attorneys - but what about Clinton in 1993?

Jan LaRue Joins CMI's Board of Advisors

Lawyer and commentator will advise, write for MRC's Culture and Media Institute

NBC's Today Show Labels Purity Movement 'Controversial'

Children abstaining from sex until adulthood appears to be an alien concept in certain media circles.

CNN Portrays Foreign Investment in America as Sign of Economic Decline

Kitty Pilgrim gives her opinion that the administration's trade policies are a 'failure.'

ABC Parrots Cuomo's Attack on Loan Industry

'World News' doesn't explain why loans are bad, glosses over lenders' perspective.

Wong Finds a Way to Spin Early Success of the Troop "Surge"

Edward Wong makes the worst out of some good news from Iraq: "The heightened American street presence may already have contributed to an increase in the percentage of American deaths that occur in ...

No Critical CAIR in the Times

Reporter Neil MacFarquhar avoids the controversial accusations about the "Islamic civil rights group" CAIR, while suggesting its critics are motivated by hatred and McCarthyism.
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