Many gay activists compare their current ?civil rights? struggles with those faced by blacks in the segregated South in the 1950s.
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For inventing the field of professional conservative media criticism -- to fight not just the liberal bias within the media but also its attendant arrogance -- the entire conservative movement, and American journalism in general, owe him a debt of gratitude.
The left sure knows how to recover from an electoral defeat: slander the electorate.
Liberals are having conniption fits because President Bush is approaching his second term as if he were actually elected.
One can learn a lot about life from sports. Unfortunately, however, as far as professional basketball and football are concerned, the lessons to be learned are largely negative.
Before Sen. Arlen Specter stood beside other Republican members of the Senate Judiciary Committee last Thursday and pledged support as their chairman for any judge that President Bush nominates, he had been scared stiff by his colleagues and by Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist.
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