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CNN Calls for Government Action on Rising Child Care Expenses

'Lou Dobbs Tonight' reporter gives no context for one family's day care costs.

They Say They Want a Revolution: Privately-Run Public Schools

But major media ignore or downplay some of commission's key recommendations for improved education in America.

Media Scrooges: 'Bah, Humbug' To Wall Street's Christmas Bonuses

Contrary to their present Grinchiness, the press were much merrier about this annual ritual in 1999.

ABC Left Out Union Ties of Merit-Based Pay Critic

Reporter Stone attributed Houston teacher's complaints to concern for curriculum.

Small Cars: From Nice to Naughty List?

CBS warns of dangers, but in June, reporter Blackstone complained a 'bigger is better' attitude was hurting small car sales.

CNN's 'In The Money' Laments 'Soaring' College Costs with Extreme Example

Segment complains of lower grants, using one school's 18-percent tuition hike as a benchmark.

Baltimore Sun Leaves Terrorism out of Nigerian Oil Violence

Foreign reporter Scott Calvert avoided 'terrorist' label for car-bombing, hostage-taking insurgency.

When Should Information Not Be Free?

'Open access' plan in Congress would create another governmental boondoggle.

CBS Reporter Takes Swipe at Drug Industry, Praises Politician in Blog Post

Armen Keteyian lamented 'Big Pharma's' 'control' over Americans.

'Evening News' Milked Tragedies to Scare Viewers on Depression Drugs

NBC, ABC gave viewers a more balanced, less emotionally-charged look at a new FDA warning label on suicide risks for young people.

Morning Shows Hype Need for a 'Federal Standard' on Rollovers

CBS's Orr lets go unchallenged the suggestion that auto industry cares more about bottom line than passenger safety.

ABC's Push for Stark Regulation

Hyping recent E. coli cases, reporter Lisa Stark pushed liberal calls for new government agency to regulate food industry from 'farm to fork.'

Have a Holly Jolly - Something

Have a Holly Jolly ... Something

Despite retailers' move back toward 'Merry Christmas,' journalists are three times as likely to offer 'Happy Holidays.'

NY Times: Everybody Loves Energy Regulation

Paper presents taxes, government regulation as only options, necessary curbs on global warming.

Fox's O'Reilly Forgot to Factor in CSPI's Leftist Leanings

Host didn't remind viewers of food police's pro-litigation, pro-regulation agenda, even as he called for more regulation.

'Evening News' Turns to Brit to Lecture Americans on Gas Prices

But columnist from across the Pond leaves out heavy taxes his countrymen pay for petrol.

'In the Money' Airs Conflict Diamond Hit Piece on De Beers

CNN's Ali Velshi downplays diamond industry's benefits to Africa in favor of smearing company.

NY Times Helps American Students in Cuba Criticize America

According to reporter, medical students say American health care system too focused on 'bottom line,' U.S. trade 'blockade' frustrating.

The Medias Top 10 Economic Myths of 2006: Executive Summary

Compiled by the Business & Media Institute

CNN Special Pushes Liberal Health Care Agenda

Universal health care, one of the first action items for Democrats, pushed by Lou Dobbs.

CNN's Dobbs Assails 'Mindless' Manufacturing Advocate

Trade group VP responds slamming faulty logic, notes benefits of foreign insourcing.

Dobbs Bashes South Korea Trade Deal

War on reality continues with anti-free trade rhetoric.

A $7-Billion Omission

Network newscasts continue to ignore Fannie Mae fiasco's scope, even the final tally of the cost.

The Medias Top 10 Economic Myths of 2006

Compiled by the Business & Media Institute

Econ 101: Who Benefits from Boost in Student Grants?

'Round and 'round the taxpayer money goes ... and where it stops, nobody knows. Oh, and tuition will go up, too.

Top 10 Media Myths of 2006

TV News Ignores Surprisingly Strong Housing Data

Bubble bursting mantra continues to dominate reports despite evidence to the contrary.