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Poor Coverage of Pope's Visit

Poor Coverage of Pope's Visit

April 17, 2008
By Cliff Kincaid

It was big news that the Pope said that he was ashamed that the Catholic Church had pedophiles in its midst. But there is much more to the story. The media ignore the well-documented fact, which the Pope understands, that the pedophile problem was a function of ...

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A Culture of Corruption: The News Media

by Jim Kouri
April 17, 2008

During a segment of Fox News Channel's The O'Reilly Factor, former CBS TV newsman now media critic, Bernard Goldberg, stated clearly and consisely, "The news media are corrupt." His fellow guest Jane Hall, formerly of the L.A. Times and now a respected journalism ...

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Bush Welcomes Pope's Message of Hope

By Meredith Buel
Washington
16 April 2008
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President Bush has welcomed Pope Benedict on his first papal visit to the United States during a joyous ceremony on the White House lawn.  Mr. Bush told the pope that in a time of terrorism and hate, Americans need his message that God is love.  VOA ...

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Washington Post Refuses to Correct Error on Israel

Washington Post Refuses to Correct Error on Israel

April 16, 2008
Eric Rozenman

The Washington Post claims that it is "committed to correcting errors" that appear in the newspaper. Not always, including errors that mislead readers about basic Israeli policy and actions.
 
CAMERA published an advertisement (see below) in the April 10 editions of ...

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A Systemic Problem: A Rebuttal to "The Economist"

A Systemic Problem:  A Rebuttal to

April 16, 2008
 by Yuval Brandstetter MD

(This is a rebuttal to an article in The Economist, click on article title "A Systemic Problem", in their April 3rd issue)
The Economist is a British paper published in what used to be the center of the industrialized civilized world, and now is merely ...

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Europe or Eurabia?

April 15, 2008
by Daniel Pipes
The Australian
The future of Europe is in play. Will it turn into "Eurabia," a part of the Muslim world? Will it remain the distinct cultural unit it has been over the last millennium? Or might there be some creative synthesis of the two civilizations?

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The Obama Culture War: Our First Anti-American Candidate for President?

The Obama Culture War: Our First Anti-American Candidate for President?
April 12, 2008
American Patrol Report                        
Obama says "Yes we Can", but I say...."What's the Cost?"
PR-Inside.com -- April 12
Chicago-based Obama expert and Internet columnist Andy Martin will hold a 1:00 P.M. Chicago news conference Saturday, April 12th, to condemn Senator ...

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Journalist Asks Bush to Protect Iraqi Christians


April 11, 2008
By Cliff Kincaid


On the eve of the Pope’s visit to the U.S., journalist Raymond Arroyo has taken President Bush to task for his policy toward the plight of Christians in Iraq. Arroyo, anchor of the show, “The World Over,” has aggressively questioned Bush about some of the issues ...

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A Land without a People for a People without a Land

by Diana Muir
Middle East Quarterly
Spring 2008, pp. 55-62
"A land without a people for a people without a land" is one of the most oft-cited phrases in the literature of Zionism—and perhaps also the most problematic. Anti-Zionists cite the phrase as a perfect encapsulation of the fundamental ...

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