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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.
Media Research Center

Exhibit 2-13: Rasmussen Reports on Media Bias, 2007

A pair of Rasmussen surveys conducted in mid-July 2007, each of approximately 1,000 adults, documented how Americans perceive various television news outlets and major newspapers.

2.4 Percent: 'Dramatic' Decrease or 'Disappointing' Increase?

Media downplay billions of dollars in increased holiday spending as 'weak' and 'disappointing'.

Wal-Mart's 'Solid' Holiday Forecast Has 'World News' Bearish on Economy

Stocks soar on positive news about the world's largest retailer, but ABC manages to find a downside.

'Mother of All Tax Hikes' Not Exactly Reaganite Reform

CNN graphic calls Democrat's plan 'tax reform,' but anchor asks tough questions about tax hikes.

Media Negative throughout Nearly Four Years of Job Growth

By predicting job losses, focusing on layoffs and ignoring job revisions the media have cast a pall over the U.S. economy.

Networks Ignore Higher Than Expected GDP Growth

As broadcasts leave out economic growth, The Wall Street Journal spins the 4 percent growth with a negative prediction.

NYT: Journal Staffers Don't Like Anyone to Own Paper

Reporters, editors fight current bosses and oppose Murdoch and G.E./Pearson bid as 'trash or slash.'

Journalism Magazine Compares Murdoch to a 'Scorpion'

Columbia Journalism Review doesn't believe News Corp.'s Murdoch would maintain the 'credibility' of Wall Street Journal.

Journalists Prefer Left-Wing WSJ Buyout over Murdoch

News media up in arms at prospect of media mogul owning Wall Street Journal and Fox News.
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