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CNN's Attack of the 'Killer Stoves'

'American Morning' reporter tries to light a fire for more regulation.

Washington Post Teed Off about Discrimination in Private Organization

As the Masters Tournament begins, Post mimics earlier Times.

Time Part IV: The 'Green Office Is the Place to Be'

Magazine's 51 planet-saving 'things' include several ways to make office space even more unbearable.

Time Part III: Right Turns Only, to Save the Planet

ABC is just as fascinated with idea of no left turns, but neither outlet mentions how impractical it is for ordinary drivers.

Tax Threats on Tax Day 2007

Congress will hike our taxes as many times as they can.

The 'Consumer Group' That Doesn't Want You to Consume

Journalists love CSPI's hype and embrace its extremist anti-food agenda.

Networks Respect 'America's Best-Known Forecaster,' Except When He Talks about Global Warming

Networks rush to cover Dr. Bill Gray's hurricane predictions, but leave out the fact that he thinks the world might cool again soon.

Time Part II: Magazine Also Has a Beef with Steak

Time's 51 things 'to make a difference' would control food we eat and where it is grown.

Airline Complaints Down, Network Complaints about Airlines Up

CBS, NBC attack industry for poor performance though travelers do not.

Time Magazine Gives 51 Ways to Save Planet, Including Taxes & Regulation

Magazine's prescription for planet's 'serious illness' includes a strong dose of government and 'feel good factors.'

'60 Minutes' Uses 13 of Its Minutes to Back Drug Regulation

CBS attacks drug companies, fails to explain impact price controls would have on the market.

NY Times and ABC: Global Warming Inevitable, So Pay Up

'World News' offers 'frightening' global warming story; Times calls for rich countries to pay more for future damage.

CNN Blames the Victim in Data Theft

O'Brien blasts TJX for not being 'forthcoming' instead of criticizing criminals for the thefts.

CBS Showcases Activists Who Want to 'Protect' Kids from TV Ads

Report features usual liberal suspects, leaves out parental responsibility and fails to include food industry.

Subprime Reporting

Networks blame lenders, not borrowers for foreclosure 'epidemic.'

Media Support 'Freedom of Choice' that Would Kill Secret Ballot

Networks ignore union revival; could it be because media workers are unionized?

Subprime Reporting

A Rarely Seen Side of the Tobacco Story

WSJ shows one alternative to tobacco is ... tobacco?

ABC Gets Syrupy over Global Warming

'World News' says 'long-term warming trend' could damage state's economy, though NBC showed how farmers can adapt.

Even Jon Stewart Mocks the 'Goreacle'

'Daily Show' host cracks jokes about Als testimony to the Senate

NY Times Flush with Environmental Extremism

Newspaper profiles 'no impact' couple living without carbon comforts, even toilet paper.

Gas Price Season: California, Here We Come

Media love to mention the state's expensive gas, but rarely include major causes: taxes and regulation.

We Can't Afford to Follow Al Gore

Call for massive legislation ignores reality of global energy consumption and plight of the world's poor.

Glamour: Global Warming Activism for Women

From one-sided advisers to calls for government action on climate, the magazine revels in green extremism.

Edwards Claims His Mega-Mansion is Carbon Neutral

Presidential candidate promotes carbon caps for business, but carbon 'offsets' for himself.

CNN Portrays Foreign Investment in America as Sign of Economic Decline

Kitty Pilgrim gives her opinion that the administration's trade policies are a 'failure.'

ABC Parrots Cuomo's Attack on Loan Industry

'World News' doesn't explain why loans are bad, glosses over lenders' perspective.

Democrats Refuse to Talk about Tax Hikes on CNBC

'On the Money' couldn't find a Democratic representative to explain why the party wants to raise taxes but did explain why it's a bad idea for the economy.