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ABC Double-Doses Attack on Private Health Care

Biased coverage in favor of government health care continues on 'World News' while 'Nightline' turns critical eye on Wal-Mart clinics.

The Times Disdains "Far Right" "Anti-Immigration" Candidates in Arizona

Meanwhile, the Times promotes the state's purportedly nonideological Democratic governor: "Janet Napolitano watched the escalating arms race between the two far-right Republican gubernatorial ...

"People Like These" Love Dick Cheney

How in the world could anyone like Dick Cheney? The Times seems puzzled.

ABC Begins Weeklong 'Prescription' for Government Health Care

But USA Today noted public opposition when people learned of high costs.

Fundraising for GOP: Snow Problem?

Sheryl Gay Stolberg: "Mr. Snow's extracurricular activities are making some veteran Washington hands, including those with strong Republican ties, deeply uneasy." Veteran Republicans like...David ...

The Times Can Almost Taste a Talent-less Senate

The Times spotlights Sen. Jim Talent of Missouri and his "conservative" positions on stem cell research, in a story where conservative labels outnumber liberal labels 9-1.

Frank Rich and the Big Republican Gay List

Rich gets personal: "The split between the Republicans' outward homophobia and inner gayness isn't just hypocrisy; it's pathology. Take the bizarre case of Karl Rove....we now learn from 'The ...

Marking the Death of Rep. Gerry Studds

The death of former liberal Rep. Gerry Studds' death garners respectful coverage from the Times. But the Times marked the death of conservative Rep. Helen Chenoweth-Hage rather differently.

PBS's Moyers Attacks Big Business on His Environmental Crusade

'Is God Green?' should be titled 'Is God Anti-Business?'

Editorial Page: All Quiet on the Reid Front

Several prominent liberal newspapers have weighed in with critical editorials on news that Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid failed to disclose a real estate deal in which he made $700,000 - but ...
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