Unhappy Anniversary: Katrina Insurance Battle Continues
Journalists have paraded lawyer Dickie Scruggs and his plaintiffs against insurance companies, calling a recent ruling a blow to hurricane victims. But those homeowners and the general audience are getting shortchanged by the medias omissions of fact.
While Insurance Companies Targeted, Taxpayers Soaked
Ted Frank, director of AEIs Liability Project, explains in a guest column how the government created the flood exclusion in private insurance policies and how taxpayers pay while the media blame business.
G: USA Today, ABC notice lower gas prices
B: What a difference a page makes in Wash. Post global warming coverage
U: NBC leaves out bias of psychologist who blames advertising for obesity
Fuel for Thought: Hurricane Season Below Average
Networks love to link warmer oceans to global warming. But what happens when oceans cool? A hint: not much media coverage.
What a Difference a Page Makes for Global Warming, Hurricanes
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