alcohol

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Washington Post Wonkblog Clarifies Outrageous Alcohol Stat

Original article claims heaviest drinkers in U.S. consume more than 10 drinks per day. 
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CBS Hypes Misleading Government Alcohol Study

Taxpayers pay for unnecessary study on alcohol-related fatalities.
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CDC Funds Faulty Anti-Alcohol Study That Targets Budweiser

Media misinterpret Hopkins analysis of tiny number of emergency patients.
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USA Today Hypes Anti-Gun Study by Lefty Advocacy Group on Front Page

New study by Soros-linked Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation claims ‘gun violence’ costs $12 billion every year.
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NBCNews.com Hypes Danger of Moderate Drinking

Promotes study linking alcohol to cancer deaths, but ignores critics of the science.

Sex, Drugs, Rock 'n' Roll … and More Sex

Songs on the top charts are full of references to sex, alcohol, drugs, and profanity.

Life on the Straight Edge

American Teens Heavily Involved in Sex, Alcohol, Drugs, Smoking

Adolescents commonly engage in self-destructive, character-damaging behavior.

CBS's Alfonsi Shakes Up Audience with Drinking Survey

'Evening News' report an intoxicating mix of hype and anti-industry activists.

NBC Plugs Liquor Wholesalers Study on Teenage Internet Booze Sales

But network's reporter leaves out statistic showing only two percent of teens in survey actually bought alcohol online.
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