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NY Times Insists Economy Isn't as Good as It Appears

Reporters rely on discredited housing bubble storyline, comparison to tech bubble of 1990s.

Time: On Global Warming, 'The Price of Inaction Will Be Enormous'

Magazine once again tries to tell readers that climate issue is settled.

CBS's Harry Smith: Is Al Gore a Prophet?

Reporter gives former vice president a worshipful interview, suggests Gore could have done more if he were elected president.

Philadelphia Inquirer Finds No Eatery Owners Complaining About Trans Fat Ban

Reporters cite restaurant owners as pro-regulation, but had ditched trans fats long before the new law passed.

Fortune Magazine Slams Coal Company, Praises Alliance Between Big Biz, Enviros

Reporter Marc Gunther pits TXU coal company against 'pro-business' green groups that oppose nuclear energy and favor tax increases.

'American Morning' on Yo-Yo Diet of Obesity Hype

Twice this week, the CNN show has scoffed at anti-sugar crusades as silly or over-the-top, a departure from its usual reporting on the 'obesity epidemic.'

ABC's Avila Throws Book at Wal-Mart over Class Action Case

Reporter leaves out argument that 9th Circuit ruling flies in face of standing precedent and could hurt business.

Repeat Offender: NBC's 'Law & Order: SVU' Slams Businessmen in February Sweeps Show

In 2006 study, crime drama was found to blame businessmen for nearly 50 percent of show's felonies.

Media Fired Up About U.N. Global Warming Report

News reports eagerly promote global warming, predict catastrophe and selectively silence climate experts.

ABC Pushes Democratic Complaints of Defense Crowding Out Domestic Spending

Reporter Jonathan Karl ignores conservatives who point to entitlement spending as real danger to taxpayers.
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