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CyberAlert. Tracking Media Bias Since 1996
| September 12, 1996 (Vol. One; No. 74) |


Three items today:

1.  The Washington Post found a place where they reduce the deficit by cutting taxes. It isn't the U.S. If only Bob Dole were running for Prime Minister of France he might get a positive spin on his tax cut proposal. Headline from Friday's (September 6) Washington Post: "France to Cut Taxes $5 Billion in Effort to Reduce Deficit."

2.  Get a complimentary "Team Clinton: The Starting Line-Up of the Pro-Clinton Press Corps" T-shirt. For the San Diego convention the MRC created T-shirts with a drawing of Peter Jennings, Dan Rather and Bryant Gumbel sitting behind an anchor desk. Above the drawing the shirt reads: "Team Clinton." And below: "The Starting Line-Up of the Pro-Clinton Press Corps." They are white with blue printing. We have them in medium, large, extra large and XX large. If you'd like one, specify the size you want and e-mail your address to Kathy Ruff: KRuff@mediaresearch.org. They are complimentary, but we'd always appreciate a contribution.

3.  Read the September 9th edition of Notable Quotables with quotes from Democratic convention coverage. -- Brent Baker



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