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Pro-life Leaders Demand Burial for ‘Gosnell Babies,’ Philly Stonewalls

Activists say city trying ‘to forget the ugly horrors of the Kermit Gosnell trial.’  
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Coming Up Short On Dr. Gosnell

The abortion agenda is so fierce, so militant, so extreme within journalism ranks anything that challenges the practice is suppressed.
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NY Times Finally Sends Reporter to Gosnell Infanticide Trial, Cites 'Experts' Denying Cover-Up

A mere month after the trial began, the New York Times has, under pressure, sent a reporter to Philadelphia to cover the trial of abortionist Kermit Gosnell on charges of mass infanticide. Trip ...
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NY Times Finally Sends Reporter to Gosnell Infanticide Trial, Cites 'Experts' Denying Cover-Up

Under pressure, the Times' Trip Gabriel did indeed file from Philadelphia on the infanticide trial of abortion doctor Kermit Gosnell. But Gabriel penned less than three paragraphs from what ...
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NYT's Douthat Describes How Media 'Shamed...Into Paying Attention' to Gruesome Gosnell Infanticide Case

Columnist Ross Douthat on the perils of the media attempting to "lead the conversation" on hot-button issues: "And it’s how you end up with a press corps that went all-in for the supposed 'war ...
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Skipping An Abortionist's 'House of Horrors'

The networks could muster 96 stories of outrage for a Todd Akin statement on abortion, but can't report a single story on the outrageous actions of an abortionist.

A Liberal 'Breath of Fresh Air' on Crime-Fighting in Philly

R. Seth Williams, Philadelphia's new district attorney, overthrows the "increasingly hard line" of his predecessor and moves toward leniency in minor crimes. Reporter Erik Eckholm can't get enough ...

Bankrupt Philly Newspaper Company Paid CEO $1.175 million after Alleged Bailout Request

AP story reveals questionable expenditures of parent company of Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News.

Excusing Obama's Forgettable Race Speech: It Was Big on YouTube

Katharine Seelye defended Obama's eloquence: "Mr. Obama's speech in March in Philadelphia on race, for instance, was not instantly quotable, but was memorable for the fact of it and praised by ...

NBC Finds Libraries 'Popular,' but Suffering from Economy

'Nightly News' segment laments government cuts for library funding, includes a man crying over library closure.
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