Government

Rich Man, Poor Man

The media complain about the 'problem' of income inequality and ignore two other perspectives.

Public Radio: Low Taxes = Sick Children

'Marketplace' segment furthers idea that higher taxes are needed.

Faulty Caffeine Story Jolts CNN's Desire for Government Regulation

Report misstates age on warning label as '16' when video clearly shows it's 18.

ABC Puts Emotionally Involved Reporter on Hurricane Insurance Story

Dismissing industry facts, Robin Roberts admits her mother has a claim against one of the companies.

ABC Wages Misleading War on Cancer Funding Cutbacks

'World News' warns lives could be lost, acts as though federal cancer research cut off - but in reality, story covers nonprofit organization.

Post Changes Its Tune on Sallie Mae Stock Sale

Reporter notes Democrats smell insider trading, but he left out facts he first reported four days earlier before congressional leaders called for investigation.

NY Times Insists Economy Isn't as Good as It Appears

Reporters rely on discredited housing bubble storyline, comparison to tech bubble of 1990s.

Philadelphia Inquirer Finds No Eatery Owners Complaining About Trans Fat Ban

Reporters cite restaurant owners as pro-regulation, but had ditched trans fats long before the new law passed.

'American Morning' on Yo-Yo Diet of Obesity Hype

Twice this week, the CNN show has scoffed at anti-sugar crusades as silly or over-the-top, a departure from its usual reporting on the 'obesity epidemic.'

ABC Pushes Democratic Complaints of Defense Crowding Out Domestic Spending

Reporter Jonathan Karl ignores conservatives who point to entitlement spending as real danger to taxpayers.
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