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Media Mantra: Unhappy Holidays
1/4/2006 3:00 PM ET
Pessimism about holiday sales went right through Christmas this year.
Scorn on the Bayou The Political Economics of Katrina
1/1/2006 8:00 PM ET
If Inflation Falls in the Forest
12/21/2005 3:00 PM ET
If we listened to the media, no one would have heard the biggest price decline in 56 years.
Media Myths: The Housing Bubble Is Bursting
11/30/2005 10:49 PM ET
Media claims about a housing bubble are nothing new
Media Wrong about Dollar
11/10/2005 3:00 PM ET
According to the Media, Most Economic News is Bad News
11/7/2005 3:00 PM ET
Regardless of economic data, press accounts are typically negative and pessimistic
CNN Says America is in Trouble, and its All Governments Fault
10/31/2005 3:00 PM ET
Even in a free market democracy, policy makers are to blame for all of societys ills.
Its Beginning to Look a Lot Like Negativity
10/21/2005 2:00 PM ET
Like holiday displays, downbeat forecasts are coming earlier and earlier.
Media Wrong About Katrina-Related Economic Downturn
10/7/2005 2:00 PM ET
September employment was little-changed despite predictions of 500,000 job losses.
Media Use Katrina to Lobby for Higher Taxes
9/8/2005 7:00 PM ET
Criticism for budget deficits has been replaced by calls for big government
Media Use Katrina to Predict Economic Downturn
9/6/2005 2:00 PM ET
Recent and past precedents strongly suggest region will rebound strongly.
Media Do Poor Job of Reporting on the Poor
8/31/2005 2:00 PM ET
New poverty statistics ignore the fact that new numbers are among the lowest in 20 years.
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