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MEDIA INFLATE UNINSURED STATISTICS, PROMOTE NATIONALIZED HEALTH CARE

MEDIA INFLATE UNINSURED STATISTICS, PROMOTE NATIONALIZED HEALTH CARE Actual number nowhere near 47 million Americans without insurance

Enough Gushing over Moore to Make You 'Sicko'

Media use Michael Moore's new film to fuel campaign for socialized health care in America.

'American Morning' Offers More Free Advertising for Moore's 'Sicko'

CNN's glowing film preview takes Michael Moore's stunts seriously.

USA Today: 'A Little Medical Coverage' Worse than None

Story downplays advantages of limited-benefits insurance, relies on critics by 2:1.

Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of 'Free' Health Care

Every new 'right' the U.S. government has promised has turned into a massively expensive failure, yet the media continue to cheer supporters of tax-funded programs.

ABC Blames Society for Lack of Children's Health Insurance

Reporter uses Clinton allies and personal tragedies in one-sided report favoring universal care.

Fortune: American Business 'Respectable' Again Because of Liberal Choices

Magazine declares the era of 'shamed' business is over, thanks to companies going green and endorsing nationalized health care.

CBS Praises Aflac CEO for Shareholder Vote on Pay

Report criticizes executive pay packages, laments pending legislation wouldn't help.

AARP Quest for Health Care 'Leverage' Doesn't Bother New York Times

Group's move toward health insurance is controversial, but reporter Robert Pear only talks with AARP execs and allies.

NY Times' 'Serious' Polling Problem Pushes National Health Care

Front-page story presents data supporting government-run health insurance, but excludes contrary findings.
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