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NY Times Movie Reviewer Ignores Evidence about Effects of Media Violence

Scott irresponsibly ignores decades of social science studies that show a direct correlation between the consumption of violent media (movies, television, video games, and music) and increases in ...

CNN Host Calls for Mortgage Regulation

Willis of 'Open House' declares open season on lack of legislation.

'In the Money' Welcomes Kucinich's Price Gouging Theories

Presidential candidate 'concerned' about 'manipulation' gets no substantial disagreement from CNN team.

Post Forgets Democrats Supported Alternative Minimum Tax

AMT story cites nine sources about 'new rules,' but only two Republicans

CS Monitor Favors Mower Regulation

New EPA mandate earns 'thanks' from newspaper writer.

Sam Champion(s) 'Eco-Friendly Home,' Downplays Expense

'Good Morning America's' weatherman barely mentions cost of 'money-saving' house.

BusinessWeek Credits 'Savvier Media' With Silencing Warming Opposition

Magazine also praises corporations that have 'come around' to promote carbon caps.

Green Day(s) All Year 'Round

Media uncritically report on climate change rallies, protests and concerts without pausing to count the cost to businesses and individuals.

AARP Quest for Health Care 'Leverage' Doesn't Bother New York Times

Group's move toward health insurance is controversial, but reporter Robert Pear only talks with AARP execs and allies.

Student Loan Providers 'Sound Like Drug Companies,' CNN Reporter Scolds

'In the Money' report drags several industries through the mud while pushing for more government control of student loans.
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