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Bad Company III: Executive Summary

For American Businessmen in the News, the Defense Never Rests

They May Be Sexy, but Dirty Businessmen Return to Prime Time

New fall shows continue the trend of twisted, troubled, unethical businessmen as characters.

Read Hillary's Lips: 'No New Bureaucracy'

The return of 'HillaryCare' leaves many questions unanswered, while journalists paint her plan as an innovative, mature solution.

Media Coverage Rated 'R' for 'Recession'

The media have predicted recession for four years. Will this be the year?

More Biased Journalism Could Stop Global Warming, Journalist Says

Editor & Publisher columnist says newspapers should abandon objectivity to fight global warming.

Universal Health Care: CBS Reporter Says Mass. Is a 'Great Start'

Correspondent blogs 'what's great about the plan' Mitt Romney installed - even though Romney himself is distancing his campaign from it.

Ups and Downs on Wall Street Send Journalists Panicking

Frightened media worry about 'another Black Monday,' recession and 'Armageddon,' but experts remain more collected.

Enough Gushing over Moore to Make You 'Sicko'

Media use Michael Moore's new film to fuel campaign for socialized health care in America.

Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of 'Free' Health Care

Every new 'right' the U.S. government has promised has turned into a massively expensive failure, yet the media continue to cheer supporters of tax-funded programs.

Cuba: What a Great Place to Visit! Never Mind the Dictatorship

NBC's Matt Lauer points to tourism numbers as a sign that Cuba is flourishing under Fidel Castro's regime.

USA Today: Money Gap Not Class-Related; It's Age

Newspaper takes on income inequality debate and adds important factors such as education, delayed careers for young people, and taxing the young to feed the old.

Media to U.S.: Lose the Guns, Get Sophisticated

Journalists bemoan American 'gun culture,' ignoring facts and common sense in their dramatic attempts at persuasion.

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.

CBS Showcases Activists Who Want to 'Protect' Kids from TV Ads

Report features usual liberal suspects, leaves out parental responsibility and fails to include food industry.

CNN Portrays Foreign Investment in America as Sign of Economic Decline

Kitty Pilgrim gives her opinion that the administration's trade policies are a 'failure.'

Democrats Refuse to Talk about Tax Hikes on CNBC

'On the Money' couldn't find a Democratic representative to explain why the party wants to raise taxes but did explain why it's a bad idea for the economy.

Prescription For Bias

Networks Downplay Drug Costs, Treat Medicine as Entitlement

Prescription For Bias: Executive Summary

Networks Downplay Drug Costs, Treat Medicine as Entitlement

Biased Journalists' Views on Global Warming Unmasked at Conference

ABC's Blakemore attacks companies by name; WSJ's Fialka says science is 'third-grade stuff.'

NY Times' 'Serious' Polling Problem Pushes National Health Care

Front-page story presents data supporting government-run health insurance, but excludes contrary findings.