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Adam Nagourney: First Democratic Optimism, then GOP Pessimism

The Times' idea of balance: Both sides think Democrats are in good shape for 2008.

Return of the "-Ic" Factor: Times Relays Another Democrat-ic Whine

"The mid-sentence correction came during a talk to an American Legion post in Fairfax, Va., and immediately brought to mind the recent flap over Mr. Bush's State of the Union address in January, ...

Selena Roberts' Huge Hypocrisy on Rutgers-Imus

While sports columnist Selena Roberts lauds the Rutgers' womens basketball team for challenging the "power differential" held by radio jock Don Imus, she had no qualms about sliming innocent Duke ...

Shhh! There's a Boycott Going On!

Since March 2006, the AFA and 18 other pro-family organizations have targeted Ford over the company's donations to homosexual political groups and advertisements in homosexual-themed magazines. ...

Bias in the Headlines

Gay marriage is not recognized in Florida or California, where Disney's amusement parks are located. The ceremonies that will be performed on the company's properties and cruise ships will not be ...

Irony Alert: Hatemonger Sharpton Lectures Imus on Racism, but Times Doesn't Notice

The Times' headline gushes: "Meetings Are Part Revival, Part Rally, but All Sharpton." Oh joy.

U.S., International Newsweek Editions Present Different Views of Warming

American issue leaves out M.I.T. professor criticizing global warming theory and article about adapting to change.

Saddam Who? Times Marks 4th Anniversary of "Fall of Baghdad"

Did U.S. forces topple a dictator or just wreck Iraq's capital city?

"Housing Slump" Not So Scary After All?

Slate magazine argues: "The NYT confidently headlines its lead, 'Housing Slump Pinches States in Pocketbook.' It's a shame, then, that we have to wait till the 29th paragraph to find out that 'it ...

CNN 'Morning' Team Throws Tomatoes at Burger King

McDonald's is doing 'right thing' paying more for tomatoes, but competitor 'can't get away with' its decision not to do so, according to reporters.
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