Special Reports

An in-depth study, analysis or review exploring the media
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Upside Down Economics

Despite much better economy, networks blamed President Bush more than President Obama for financial troubles.  
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MRC Special Report: The Media's Obama Miracle

To study the media “miracle” of scandal denial, MRC analysts reviewed the coverage – or more precisely, the stunning lack of coverage – of just a few Obama scandals and allegations, large and ...
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Media, Left Try to Put Their Hands on Your Shopping Cart

News outlets hype fears of chemical often found in food items, while lefty eco-, PR groups call for ban.
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Special Report: George Soros: Godfather of the Left

Say the name George Soros and liberals see dollar signs – literally. The world’s 22nd richest man, according to Forbes, is now worth $20 billion.
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Executive Summary: George Soros: Godfather of the Left

Liberal billionaire trying to give U.S. a liberal society it can’t refuse. 
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Secular Snobs

In 1993, then-Washington Post reporter Michael Weisskopf dismissed followers of Pat Robertson and Jerry Falwell as “largely poor, uneducated, and easy to command.” A correction came the next ...
BornFree

Behind the Scenes: The Lefty PR Group That Stokes Consumer Fear of BPA

Fenton Communications, the same group that got Alar banned after ‘scare,’ is using media to fight.
Breast Cancer Fund

Lefty Group Uses Pink to Camouflage Green Activism, Attack Business

Media ignore that BCF is really eco-group in disguise that supports Markey legislation to ban chemicals like BPA.
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Baptism by Fire

The networks were uninterested in Obama's Rev. Wright connection, but have gotten religion and are using it to target conservative candidates.
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Baptism by Fire: Executive Summary

The networks were uninterested in Obama's Rev. Wright connection, but have gotten religion and are using it to target conservative candidates.
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