A Washington Times editorial misleadingly cited outdated polling data to show that Americans are evenly divided about whether it was worth it go to war in Iraq in the first place.
A Washington Times editorial gave readers a distorted impression of how quickly Iran could construct nuclear weapons.
Although President Bush and his administration routinely described Iraq as an "urgent," "gathering," or "mortal" threat, Michael Barone claimed The New York Times made a "howling error" in reporting that the administration said Saddam Hussein posed an "imminent" threat.
While appearing on Fox News Sunday, Fox News' Brit Hume and NPR's Mara Liasson mischaracterized Rep. Murtha's Iraq redeployment plan as "pull out now." In fact, no prominent Democratic political figure, including Murtha, has proposed pulling out of Iraq immediately.
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