Business Articles

Post Reports Global Warming Wont Be As Devastating As Predicted

After hinting that Earth could follow Venus in a warming trend, The Washington Post includes a new study that calms climate change rhetoric.

In the Midst of Warnings, Life Expectancy Increases

Positive story a welcome respite from fear-mongering on obesity and bird flu.

Americans innocent, but guilty from eating

Journalists continue to pound people about diet, so is it any wonder we dont like food any more?

Too Hot Not to Handle

HBOs Earth Day global warming special is high-octane propaganda intent on changing Americas prosperous habits.

Earth Day Special

Alaska Pipeline Doomsayings Revisited

As PBS releases a special about the oil delivery system, the Business & Media Institute goes back in time to recall environmentalists pipe dream: stopping it.

Why Are We Over a Barrel?

Networks blame big, bad oil but skip threats, taxes and increased demand.

Time Special Plugs Eco Tourist Spa with Air Conditioning

Weeks earlier, the same magazine warned of dire consequences from greenhouse gases.

Networks Complain of Record-High Oil That Isnt

But reporters for The Washington Post, USA Today put prices in perspective.

Shocking News: The Economy Is Producing Good Jobs

Christian Science Monitor reveals what most economists have known for years.

ABC Makes Time for First-Person Attack on Oil Firms

World News Tonight provides a forum for one mans complaint about being gouged.

Wash. Post Ignores Uncle Sams Monopoly in Wyoming

Paper blames rich for crowding out middle class residents even though government owns 97 percent of the land.

Post Promotes Author of Anti-Wal-Mart Book

Reporter joins chain store critic in attacking Wal-Marts low prices.

Vanity Fair Declares Global Warming Threat Graver than Terrorism

Magazines special Green Issue a vehicle for liberal environmental advocacy.

Media Myth: Taxation with Misrepresentation

Networks call administration actions taxpayer-funded while liberal priorities often treated as government-funded

Media Myth: Taxation with Misrepresentation - Executive Summary

Networks call administration actions taxpayer-funded while liberal priorities often treated as government-funded

A Word from Our Founding Fathers Taxes

Americans are overtaxed and under-informed.

CBS Revels in Corporate Catfight Over Gas Prices

Other networks report heavy demand, supply troubles in Iran as cause of rising price at the pump.

Coverage Slanted against Wal-Mart on FDIC Insurance

Newspapers and wire services focus on bankers in opposition, downplay union groups activism.

Times Reporter: Modern Layoffs Worse Than Great Depression

Reporter Uchitelle unsurprisingly finds negative spin to 211,000 new jobs in March 2006

New Reports Point to Strong Economy

Morning shows ignored higher consumer confidence, lower jobless claims as NBCs Today soft-pedaled a drop in unemployment.

CBS Attacks Insurance Companies for Making Money

Companies stayed afloat despite hurricane damages due to reinsurance, a practice the networks reporter criticized.

Mass. Law Requiring Health Insurance Praised in Print

Newspapers leave out critics who foresaw bigger government, socialized medicine.

Paris When It Sizzles

Paris When It Sizzles

Econ 101: When the Job Market Isnt Free

French protests show students ignorance about a consumer-driven economy.

Venezuelan Dictator Seizes Oil to Buy Weapons

Networks ignore socialist Chavezs power grab, but attacked Big Oil just for making profits.

Bubble, Bubble, the Markets Not in Trouble

BusinessWeek calms down rhetoric as real estate boom continues in first quarter, though media continue to worry about a housing bubble.