Nagourney Takes a Double-Dip of Conservative Angst Over Sotomayor

Chief political reporter Adam Nagourney recycled his web-only column for the print edition, complete with a headline portraying the GOP as in a lose-lose bind over Sonia Sotomayor's nomination: ...

Sotomayor Calls Herself Liberal, Even When the Times Won't

Sheryl Gay Stolberg gushed that Obama Supreme Court nominee Sotomayor "danced a mean salsa" at Princeton, hints she might be some kind of liberal in paragraph 73.

NYT Warns GOP: Don't Challenge Obama's Supreme Court Pick

Chief political reporter Adam Nagourney plays the ethnicity card, suggesting Republicans would be wise to let Judge Sonia Sotomayor be confirmed without putting up a fight or risk "doom[ing] ...

Couric and Schieffer Gush Over Obama's 'Dream Candidate'

Moments after President Obama announced his pick of Judge Sonia Sotomayor for the Supreme Court, CBS's Bob Schieffer and Katie Couric enthused over what Couric called Sotomayor's "very, very ...

Times Pushes Two More Unlabeled Liberals for the Supreme Court

Two more possible Obama Supreme Court nominees, the "moderate" Carlos Moreno and "baseball savior" Sonia Sotomayor, get the Times' patented mainstreaming treatment from sympathetic Times reporters.

Obama's "Bipartisan" Supreme Court Choices? Maybe Not

The Times is trying to sell Elena Kagan and Janet Napolitano as moderate choices for the soon-to-be-vacant Supreme Court seat. But just how "bipartisan" are they?

'The Early Show' Focus: 'Is America Ready for a Gay Supreme Court Justice?'

CBS discusses identity politics; skips over judicial philosophy.

Surprise: Balanced Coverage of Obama's Next Supreme Court Pick

What's gotten into two of the Times' legal reporters? One admits that Obama will surely nominate a liberal to replace the liberal Justice Souter, while the other points out contradictions in ...

The Obscenity Blackout

The Supreme Court ruled on the case of ABC, CBS, NBC, and Fox all suing the federal government for the right to drop F-bombs and S-bombs on young children.

Obscenity Blackout

Curse words not news when networks lose.
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