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A deputy managing editor at The Associated Press has issued a formal warning to the company’s employees after two journalists voiced their opinions on New York's approval of gay marriage and the Casey Anthony murder trial on social media sites. (more)

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A group of conservatives is working on "a thought-for-thought translation" of the Bible "without corruption by liberal bias." Yes, that Bible. The organization seeks to create a document that, among other things, is "Not Emasculated," that "Express[es] Free Market Parables" and that favors "conciseness [over] the liberal style of high word-to-substance ratio." That Jesus was such a wordy socialist.

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Time's veteran political reporter calls coverage of the 2008 election, during both the primary and general election, "the most disgusting failure of people in our business since the Iraq war" because of "extreme bias, extreme pro-Obama coverage."

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While most other newspapers around the country treated the indictment of Sen. Ted Stevens, R-Alaska, as a major cover story, the New York Post ran the story as a small item on Page 17. As Stephen Colbert put it, "Thank God for Rupert Murdoch and the objective journalists at the New York Post," which featured a 44-pound cat from New Jersey on Wednesday's cover.

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John McCain has often been described as a media darling, but that was before Mr. Straight Talk had to run against a political phenomenon. The Arizona senator was already frustrated by his drooping media prestige, but the wall-to-wall coverage of Barack Obama's international tour, which was kind of McCain's idea, has him seeing red.

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