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MediaBloodhound: Federal guidelines instruct agencies investigating election fraud to avoid action that might impact the elective process but federal

MediaBloodhound: Federal guidelines instruct agencies investigating election fraud to avoid action that might impact the elective process but federal agencies were involved in the decision to raid the office of ACORN in Nevada last October, just weeks before Election Day.

Talking Points Memo: The Big Bucks

Discourse.net: Obama DOJ may revive anti-trust enforcement

Where’s the Outrage?: Dr. Errington Thompson on Natasha Richardson and head injuries

Argghhh!: Someone's career endangerment light is blinking

ANNALS OF JOURNALISM: There's a blueprint for Glenn Beck's batshit lunacy...Worst Penthouse Letter evah...Moonie Times gun editorial causes panic in right wing crazy town...The great brotherhood of the absurd...Sorry about that...Fox News apologizes for, um, dishonesty...Rush's 19% favorable rating...Armed with crazy talk and publishing it at the NYT...Jon Stewart is mean...State of the News Media: Bleak...AOL reporting... A bad week for conflict of interest...Conservative Media and GOP leaders at odds on AIG mess...Still crazy after all these years....Fragile egos...

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