Let's take a trip down memory lane (and the ConWebWatch archives) and review some of CNSNews.com's previous adventures in conservative journalism:
-- CNS changes its name from Conservative News Service to Cybercast News Service.
-- Saturation coverage of man who issued death threats against conservatives, but virtual silence about an anti-abortion extremist who threatened to kill abortion clinic workers.
-- Claiming that pan-religious website Beliefnet "leans strongly toward the feminist, pro-abortion, liberal dogma."
-- Countering any positive about the Clintons with slanted, negative articles.
-- Unbalanced coverage of the abortion issue tilted to the anti-abortion side.
-- Refusal to tell the full truth about Bush appointee Otto Reich.
-- Biased and misleading headlines.
-- Being an early promoter of Swift Boat Veterans for Truth
-- Subjective labeling of advocacy groups; conservative ones are described more positively than liberal ones.
-- Hypocrisy in accusing the "liberal media" of a double standard in reporting controversial statements.
-- Running to the defense of discredited conservative researcher John Lott.
-- Assuming that Democrats act only for political reasons, an assumption it declines to make about Republicans.
-- Regurgitating Republican spin, even when it's false.
-- Printing biased coverage of the Terri Schiavo case.
-- Being a recipient of leaked Democratic memos on judicial nominations, and providing a platform for Manuel Miranda, the ex-Bill Frist staffer linked to their possibly illegal leak, to tell his story unencumbered by balance from the other side. CNS has also forwarded other conservative spin points on Bush's judicial nominees.
-- Reported on a frivolous lawsuit filed against George Soros (over a dog bite, for $6 million) despite publishing a pro-tort reform article a day earlier.
-- Assuming that the cancellation of a conservative columnist in America by one of the more than 500 newspaper he appears in is evidence of a conspiracy.
-- And your garden-variety pro-conservative, anti-liberal slant.