America 2012

America 2012
Journalists have spent the 2008 Presidential race promoting liberal economic policies. From bureaucratic health care to increased energy costs to higher taxes on the wealthy, the media are pushing for bigger government and less individual freedom in America, 2012.

It's Not the Economy; It's the Media's Economic Agenda
New special report shows how journalists turn major issues of the day to the left.

Would You Hire Them? On A Bet?
Media don't ask which candidate has leadership experience to head a nation?

G: Post Editorial Board Defends Free-Market Capitalism
B: ABC Rediscovers Global Warming
U: Media Go All Out to Discredit Joe the Plumber

Episode 139:Meet TED

You can also check out BMIs editorial cartoon: Bottom Lines by Glenn Foden.

The Rise of Disaster Socialism

Falling Oil Prices: Useful Lessons from the Slump at the Pump
The Heritage Foundation

Senator Dodds Notion of Courtesy
The New York Times

The media vs. Joe the Plumber
Los Angeles Times

Sorry, Chicken Little

Right Kind of Stimulus
Investors Business Daily

Progressive Consumption Taxation: Can It Be Done? Should It Be Done?
American Enterprise Institute
Washington, D.C., Oct. 24, 2008

Beyond November: Economics and the New President
American Enterprise Institute
Washington, D.C., Oct. 28, 2008

Reason Goes Hollywood
Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel
Hollywood, Calif., Nov. 14-15, 2008

Lessons from the Subprime Crisis
CATO Institute
Washington, D.C., Nov. 19, 2008