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'Fish Story': NBC's 'Today' Disregards Motives in Seafood Industry Attack

Jeff Rossen ignores economic and political interests and omits contradictory data in segment warning against dangers of imported seafood.

ClimateGate 1 Year Later: Networks Barely Cover Scandal, But Defend and 'Exonerate' Accused Scientists

Climate controversy shook public's faith in global warming science, but not network news media's. Reporters downplayed allegations, defended the science and turned accused into victims.

Friedman Admits He Deliberately Exaggerates China Threat

New York Times columnist paints doom and gloom scenario for U.S., place onus on GOP for so-called 'bipartisan' action.

Coming Soon: The ExxonMobil Dollar?

Founder of MBF Clearing Corp Mark Fisher says fix to erratic currency markets would be reserve based on hydrocarbons.

Lefty Crackpot Theory: Chinese Dictators Funneling Cash into Campaigns for Overseas Jobs

Radio host/MSNBC regular Mike Papantonio claims Sharron Angle, Michele Bachmann have secret donors with job-exporting agendas.

Scientific American Proposes Global Warming Solution: Birth Control through Contraception and Safe Abortion

Popular science periodical suggests reducing peak population to roughly 8 billion is the key reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

Media Expand Left-Wing Attack on Chamber of Commerce over 'Foreign' Contributions

MSNBC, other news outlets accept unproven claims of progressive blog against U.S. business group as election nears.

Overlooked: Obama to Speak at U.S. Chamber-Sponsored 'Business Summit' in Mumbai

President scheduled to speak at U.S.-India Business Council event in November after midterm elections.

Hume Questions Undisclosed '08 Obama Donors in Light of W.H.'s Chamber Witch Hunt

Despite willingness to attack U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Obama still has unanswered questions about his campaign donors.

Hypocrisy? CNBC Shows More 'Foreign-Connected' Money Goes to Dems by a 'Healthy Margin'

Foreign subsidiaries of U.S. companies give more to Democrats through political action committees.
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