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U.N. Panel Sharing Nobel Prize Is Fundamentally Flawed, Expert Says

Media have latched on to Gore's award, but the IPCC has received little scrutiny despite its faulty economic calculations.

Gore Wins Thanks to Media's Fever Pitch on Global Warming

Climate alarmist receives Nobel Peace Prize with conveniently red hot support from journalists.

Hillary Dodges Social Security Questions; Doesn't Want to 'Spook' Americans

In CNBC interview, Sen. Clinton claims tax cuts ineffective; says her tax hikes wouldn't hurt the economy.

'Evening News' Sings the Blues for Employers of Illegal Immigrants

CBS gives sympathetic portrait of businesses breaking the law, overlooks economic facts.

GOP Debate Highlights Free Enterprise, Low Taxes

Candidate responses reflect strong free market traits on economic growth, taxes and government spending.

Some Like It Warmer As Networks Offer Conflicting Winter Reports

ABC, NBC, and CBS dish up three different illustrations of the looming winter months and whether warm or cold, all are bad.

Senate Could Vote Soon on Return of U.N. Sea Treaty Reagan Opposed

Law of the Sea Treaty still 'threatens U.S. sovereignty,' despite limited media attention.

Gore Ignores Repeated Global Warming Debate Challenge

Former vice president claims promoting climate change awareness is his most important mission, but won't take on critics.

Matthews Takes GOP 'Economic Issue' Debate to Iraq and Beyond

Moderator helped push discussion into non-economic concerns including bin Laden and policing Internet.

'The Early Show' Attacks Hollywood for Shying Away from Female Leads

Warner Bros. executive denies sexist remarks, even though there is empirical evidence to support his position.
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