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Paul Krugmans Serious Drug Problem is based on bad statistics

New York Times economist continues papers reliance on incorrect information about drug research costs.

Positive Job Growth Continues Will News Coverage Improve?

Two straight years of positive employment numbers and more than 3 million new jobs but those facts havent stopped the media from finding negativity in the strangest places.

Networks Play Up Energy Politics, Ignore Real Costs

Energy reports blame Bush for gas prices, misinform about oil refining and encourage fear of nuclear power.

Media Jump on Social Security Cuts to Obscure Details of Bush Plan

Washington Post, New York Times herald benefit cuts while news networks dismiss President Bushs sales pitch.

Post Paints FDR as Moderate on Social Security

Story focuses on different legislative styles of Bush and Roosevelt. It then ignores enormous differences between then and now.

When Greenspan speaks

Post, Times dont even come close to agreeing on what Fed Chairman has to say.

CDCs Numbers Collapse Under Weight of New Study

Analysis finds estimates of obesity deaths 14 times higher than reality.

Super Size Me Star Continues Anti-Food Attack

Morgan Spurlock overate himself into stardom and took a bite out of McDonalds at the same time. Now hes got a TV show, and its sure to be offensive.

BBC Bothered by Capitalism in Afghan Capital

Reporter details the dangers of free market economics because landowners make a profit.

CBS Plays the Victim Card and Takes It to the Bank

Evening News criticizes controversial new fee after man overspends his account
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