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Linda Greenhouse Loses Her Abortion Balance

After keeping them under wraps yesterday, Supreme Court reporter Linda Greenhouse discreetly waves her pro-abortion colors in a "news analysis."

Why Abstinence Education 'Fails'

The authorities charged with implementing the abstinence-only curriculum don't like it, don't believe in it, and have done everything in their power to ensure that it should fail.

Drop the Scare Quotes – Call It Partial-Birth Abortion

The next time you hear a reporter use the term so-called 'partial birth abortion,' or the procedure that opponents call 'partial birth abortion,' keep in mind that he's making an editorial comment ...

Not with My Kid: Opting Out of Virginia's Mandated 'Cancer' Vaccine

If lawmakers really want to fight cancer with HPV vaccinations, they would mandate it for older girls, not pre-teens going into sixth grade.

Sam Champion(s) 'Eco-Friendly Home,' Downplays Expense

'Good Morning America's' weatherman barely mentions cost of 'money-saving' house.

"Global Warming" Bias Even Planted in the House & Home Section

"Just how to garden in these erratic times is the subject of 'Gardening in a Changing Climate,' a three-day symposium at the New York Botanical Garden that is open to the public and begins tomorrow."

The Times Embraces One N-Word: "Nationalists"

Don't blame radical Muslims for the execution-style killings of three Christians in Turkey: "Turkish authorities detained five men for questioning, three 19-year-olds and two 20-year-olds; the ...

Still Swerving Around the "Partial-Birth Abortion" Label

The Times avoids the "provocative" (but accurate) label of "partial-birth abortion" in headlines, while fencing the phrase with quotation marks in stories.

Media Fret About Abortion Restriction

The liberal media were wringing their hands in anguish about the loss of abortion rights as they reported the Supreme Court's 5-4 decision Wednesday upholding a ban on partial-birth abortions.

BusinessWeek Credits 'Savvier Media' With Silencing Warming Opposition

Magazine also praises corporations that have 'come around' to promote carbon caps.
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