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CBS Reporter Takes Swipe at Drug Industry, Praises Politician in Blog Post
12/15/2006 10:18 AM ET
Armen Keteyian lamented 'Big Pharma's' 'control' over Americans.
'Evening News' Milked Tragedies to Scare Viewers on Depression Drugs
12/14/2006 7:15 PM ET
NBC, ABC gave viewers a more balanced, less emotionally-charged look at a new FDA warning label on suicide risks for young people.
Morning Shows Hype Need for a 'Federal Standard' on Rollovers
12/14/2006 3:44 PM ET
CBS's Orr lets go unchallenged the suggestion that auto industry cares more about bottom line than passenger safety.
ABC's Push for Stark Regulation
12/13/2006 4:55 PM ET
Hyping recent E. coli cases, reporter Lisa Stark pushed liberal calls for new government agency to regulate food industry from 'farm to fork.'
NY Times: Everybody Loves Energy Regulation
12/12/2006 5:22 PM ET
Paper presents taxes, government regulation as only options, necessary curbs on global warming.
Fox's O'Reilly Forgot to Factor in CSPI's Leftist Leanings
12/12/2006 4:03 PM ET
Host didn't remind viewers of food police's pro-litigation, pro-regulation agenda, even as he called for more regulation.
'Evening News' Turns to Brit to Lecture Americans on Gas Prices
12/11/2006 3:31 PM ET
But columnist from across the Pond leaves out heavy taxes his countrymen pay for petrol.
NY Times Helps American Students in Cuba Criticize America
12/8/2006 5:27 PM ET
According to reporter, medical students say American health care system too focused on 'bottom line,' U.S. trade 'blockade' frustrating.
CNN's Dobbs Assails 'Mindless' Manufacturing Advocate
12/8/2006 12:49 PM ET
Trade group VP responds slamming faulty logic, notes benefits of foreign insourcing.
Dobbs Bashes South Korea Trade Deal
12/8/2006 11:37 AM ET
War on reality continues with anti-free trade rhetoric.
A $7-Billion Omission
12/7/2006 2:19 PM ET
Network newscasts continue to ignore Fannie Mae fiasco's scope, even the final tally of the cost.
CBS Greases Wheels for Democratic Attack on 'Big Oil'
12/5/2006 4:22 PM ET
Reporter Armen Keteyian turns story about government incompetence into indictment of oil industry.
Balance is Low on CBS's Pecking Order
12/5/2006 12:02 PM ET
'Evening News' plays up study on salmonella in chicken, but leaves out industry rebuttal, consumer group's pro-regulation agenda.
Wash. Post Claims Minimum Wage Hike Is Fine by D.C.-Area Biz Owners
12/4/2006 5:12 PM ET
Conservative critic says the proposed wage hike will hurt the workers it is intended to help.
CNN's O'Brien Hits Clinton on AIDS Spending
12/1/2006 11:51 AM ET
'American Morning' anchor criticized former president, showcased Sen. Barack Obama's call to spend $1 billion more than Bush.
CNN's Dobbs Accuses Ford Motor Co. of Funding Terrorism
11/30/2006 9:26 AM ET
The carmaker's crime: selling cars to civilians in Syria.
ABC Hypes 'Extreme Jobs' Taking Heavy Toll on Workers with 70-Hour Weeks
11/28/2006 12:53 PM ET
Yet the number of Americans in those jobs is small; they choose them; and they're generally well-paid.
CNN's Velshi Ignores Treasury Chief's Warnings on Regulation
11/21/2006 4:32 PM ET
But the 'American Morning' business reporter had time to squeeze in a story on Charmin sponsoring free toilets in Times Square.
USA Today: Motorists Aren't Paying Enough for Roads
11/20/2006 6:48 PM ET
Reporter hypes calls by politicians to raise taxes for roads, infrastructure; ignores conservative critics who say problem is wasteful spending, not too little revenue.
News Flash: Gas Prices Up with Thanksgiving Driving
11/20/2006 10:52 AM ET
CNN, NBC don't see a connection; NBC complains 5-cent jump in prices will 'gobble' up travel budget
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