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NY Times Movie Reviewer Ignores Evidence about Effects of Media Violence

Scott irresponsibly ignores decades of social science studies that show a direct correlation between the consumption of violent media (movies, television, video games, and music) and increases in ...

NY Times Movie Reviewer Ignores Evidence about Effects of Media Violence

Scott irresponsibly ignores decades of social science studies that show a direct correlation between the consumption of violent media (movies, television, video games, and music) and increases in ...

CNN Host Calls for Mortgage Regulation

Willis of 'Open House' declares open season on lack of legislation.

'In the Money' Welcomes Kucinich's Price Gouging Theories

Presidential candidate 'concerned' about 'manipulation' gets no substantial disagreement from CNN team.

The Public Editor Tackles His Paper's Shoddy Duke Lacrosse Coverage

Barney Calame keeps the gloves on in his criticism of the paper, but does offer some insights (and some mea culpas) about why the paper was so willing to think there was a rape case to be made. ...

Are "Cuts in Welfare" Risking Lives of Poor Infants?

Reporter Erik Eckholm finds a familiar culprit for an increase in black infant mortality in Mississippi: "The setbacks have raised questions about the impact of cuts in welfare and ...

Post Forgets Democrats Supported Alternative Minimum Tax

AMT story cites nine sources about 'new rules,' but only two Republicans

'Soft Porn' in the Sunday Washington Post

Under the guise of promoting feminist art, the Arts section of the April 22 Washington Post featured four images of nude or partially nude women and suggested that pornography is aesthetic.

CS Monitor Favors Mower Regulation

New EPA mandate earns 'thanks' from newspaper writer.

Whitewater Prosecutor Ken Starr, "As Distant a Figure As Nero"

Liberal conventional wisdom on Bill Clinton's Whitewater scandal, in the Travel Section, no less.
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