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Mass. Law Requiring Health Insurance Praised in Print

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

Paris When It Sizzles

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.

ABC Recycles NY Times Story Slamming $165-Million Gift

Vargas calls use of legal tax break audacious; lawyer affiliated with Soros turns up as main source again.

Ice Age 2: Global Warming for Kids

Creatures scurry as glaciers melt and movie reviewers snark.

Cant Get Enough of that Regulation

Reports about fuel efficiency standards focus on environmentalists complaints and encourage more government meddling in business.

NY Times Finds Nothing Funny in Beer Ads

Reporter portrays advertising opponents as consumer advocates, not industry adversaries.

March Madness: Full-Court Press on Global Warming

Aggressive focus on manmade climate change is far from a real tipping point its a coordinated liberal media play.

Media Declare Warming Debate Ended Again

Journalistic rules of fairness swamped by rising tide of bias from Time, ABC and others.

CNNs Dobbs Scoffs at Extra Port Security

Business anchor treats guest from Hong Kong-based company to rude reception.

ABCs Morrell misleads viewers on Journalists credentials

According to Pulitzer list, former Boston Globe editor never won one despite getting credit from network.

CNNs Cafferty Roots for High Gas Prices

In The Money host calls for enough increase to run Hummers off the road.

ABC Claims GM Decline Shows Industry in Big Trouble

Network continues to ignore success, increased job openings in foreign-owned auto plants.

TV News Bearish on the Economy

The Science Fiction Slant on News

CNN: the network that doesnt just report. It makes things up.

USA Todays Knox Raps the Housing Market for Working Families

Reporter runs with liberal groups study and downplays all-time record homeownership.

TV News Bearish on the Economy

Best job market since 2001 goes unnoticed as major media still not convinced that 4 -year economic expansion is for real.

CBS Whips Up Worry about Hurricane Season

Network says global warming to blame for 2005s busy storm season, but blows past skeptics in the scientific community.

CNN Team Perplexed by Calm U.S. Public

In the Money co-host admits the media fanned the flames of the bird flu scare, although so far to little effect.

NBCs Curry Peppers Jim Cramer with Worry and Woe

But CNBC hosts optimism, new economic data point to strong economy.

Georgia on ABCs Mind

Network finds a sour note in the sweet song of 2,500 new jobs for the Peach State.

Where Do We Go from Dubai?

The political circus surrounding the ports deal has left town, so now the media are starting to key in on protectionist economics and its consequences for the U.S. economy.

Where Do We Go from Dubai?

Econ 101: Rich and Poor in a Market Economy

Dr. Gary Wolfram answers a readers questions about wealth distribution and social stability in the United States.

ABC Hatches Weeklong Series on Bird Flu

In 2003, ABC questioned governments bioterrorism warnings, but now emphasizes latest concerns on bird flu.

20/20 Reporters Gone Wild