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The Nanny State Diaries
8/20/2008 2:03 PM ET
Nine of the most business-hurting, freedom-hating and logic-bending regulations and bans on the books - and how the media love them.
Only 25 Percent See Global Warming Threat
8/11/2008 1:14 PM ET
ABC poll finds few Americans see climate change as environment's biggest threat, more trust business than government to address problems.
ABC Joins CSPI Attack on Restaurants
8/4/2008 2:21 PM ET
'Good Morning America' reports liberal activists' hit piece on kids menus, ignores parents' responsibility to care for children.
CBS Slams Payday Loan 'Traps'
7/29/2008 12:28 PM ET
'Evening News' ignores borrower responsibility in hit piece on short-term lenders.
ABC Sensationalizes Qantas Incident
7/28/2008 9:54 AM ET
'Good Morning America' reports plane 'instantly plummeted' and passengers had 'no idea what was happening.'
7/23/2008 11:33 AM ET
Networks see IndyMac failure as sign of catastrophe on the horizon, but fail to offer historical context or real reasons for downfall.
Networks Acknowledge Taking Gramm's 'Nation of Whiners' Out of Context
7/11/2008 12:19 PM ET
ABC and CBS admit Sen. Phil Gramm's comments are being twisted, but don't explain the truth behind them.
ABC Notices Market Response to Gas Prices
7/3/2008 12:19 PM ET
'World News' acknowledges the private sector will react to high costs of traditional fuel with investment in alternatives
'Energy Independence Day': Take Two
7/2/2008 4:10 PM ET
Pelosi's July 4, 2007, pledge unfulfilled one year later while media still promote freedom from foreign power.
CNN Brings Negative View to 'Issue #1': The Economy
6/19/2008 7:03 AM ET
New mid-day show struggles to present economic news fairly, falls into same traps as other biased media.
Global Warming Alarmists Like High Gas Prices
6/11/2008 12:16 PM ET
Climate change activists in elected office, lobbying and the media view rising fuel costs as 'the best thing that can possibly happen.'
ABC Highlights 'Glimmers of Light' in Lending Market
6/3/2008 3:11 PM ET
'Good Morning America' contributor Mellody Hobson discusses opportunities for smart borrowers - particularly small businesses and students.
'Today': Pawn Shop's Business Indicates 'Bust Economy'
6/2/2008 12:34 PM ET
NBC morning show rolls out yet another 'economic indicator' in attempt to paint economy as weak.
ABC Uses Weird Non-Customer Example to Attack Credit Card Companies
5/29/2008 8:13 PM ET
'Good Morning America' claims arbitration unfair by featuring rare case from activist group's report.
'World News' Predicts $7-a-Gallon Gasoline
5/28/2008 2:15 PM ET
ABC evening show predicts extreme price increase, but curiously explains the actual cause of high gasoline prices and provides some context.
'Today' Fails to Define 'Average' in Food Bank Scare
5/28/2008 12:20 PM ET
NBC morning show declares middle class is 'new face of hunger in America.'
'Nightly News' Bemoans School Funding Woes
5/27/2008 2:12 PM ET
NBC blames economic downturn, but ignores multiple factors involved in spending decline for California public education.
Pressure Builds on Oil Companies - from Lawmakers, Media and Candidates
5/21/2008 3:32 PM ET
Networks give a free pass to Democrats' proposals to levy more taxes on oil companies, even as Senate committee grills oil execs.
Deja Vu: 'Today' Inflates Gas Prices
5/20/2008 12:39 PM ET
NBC morning show uses longtime network visual trick to make gas prices seem higher.
Lauer Prosecutes 'The People vs. Exxon' in CEO Interview
5/15/2008 3:06 PM ET
'Today' host repeats popular but faulty criticisms of oil companies in one-on-one with ExxonMobil head.
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