Watch how New Hampshire Republican Sen. Judd Gregg calls MSNBC's Contessa Brewer on the carpet for following the Left tactic of accusing conservatives of planning to gut education.
The Washington Post's Juliet Eilperin (as usual) and David Fahrenthold have yet another story about a "study" published by an environmental pressure group -- this time the National Wildlife Federation -- that pushes, without critical comment, the climate catastrophism angle.
Yeah, sure -- CBS has all-of-a-sudden become family-friendly by allowing Focus on the Family to air a pro-life ad featuring former Heisman Trophy-winner Tim Tebow.
At his BBC blog Andrew Neil lays out the itemized fraud from the 2007 UN IPCC report that has been rolling out in recent days, previously reported by the BBC and other formerly mainstream media as "sound" and "consensus" science.
As Ben Stiller explained last night on Conan O'Brien's second-to-last night as "Tonight Show" host.
The Media Research Center was amused by the shock expressed yesterday by "Good Morning America" co-host George Stephanopoulos at John Edwards's philandering cover-up.
They're in a fog, but for everyone else the political air couldn't be more clear.
The media are to blame for the fanfare over Pat Robertson's foolish words about the Haiti tragedy, because they are the ones giving him attention as a legitimate leadership figure among Christians, which he's not.
Liberal Washington Post columnist Eugene Robinson today writes about former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin's policy flip-flop on global warming and the need to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
USA Today's house editorial today bemoans the fact that Climategate "gives ammunitiion to the skeptics," but concludes that "the overwhelming scientific consensus remains that the Earth is warming, largely because of human activity, with potentially calamitous consequences involving melting ice caps, rising sea levels and shifting agricultural patterns."