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Ted Turner's Next Prophecy: Food Riots 'Going to be More Commonplace'
4/25/2008 3:47 PM ET
After forecasting cannibalism from global warming, media mogul-turned-U.N. Foundation chairman appears on CNBC and ties 'global climate change' to 'an ever-increasing population.'
More than 33,000 People Send Petition with 'Outrage' Over Time's Doctoring of Iwo Jima Photo
4/25/2008 2:31 PM ET
Media Research Center petition demands apology from magazine for 'offensive cover demeaning World War II vets.'
Cramer on Ethanol: 'Drop the Mandate, Prices Plummet'
4/25/2008 9:44 AM ET
CNBC host one of few journalists to connect food inflation to government intervention in market.
'Evening News': Foreclosures Causing Increased Homelessness
4/24/2008 11:28 AM ET
CBS blames housing crisis, not lost job, for loss of home in foreclosure hardship story.
Burnett Blames U.S. Rice Craze on 'Paranoia'
4/24/2008 10:40 AM ET
CNBC reporter says U.S. has no shortage of rice, blames ethanol for increased pressure on food prices.
Networks Ignore Government's Role in Ethanol-Driven Global Food Crisis
4/24/2008 7:41 AM ET
Food inflation and hunger riots tied to ethanol mandate U.S. politicians and journalists supported.
NASA's Hansen Rails Against Coal At Fringe Left-Wing Event
4/23/2008 5:27 PM ET
'Climate Super Rally' strays from global warming into leftist anti-Bush, anti-Iraq war and anti-corporation event.
RFK Jr.: Quitting Carbon Use Like 'Abolishing' Slavery
4/23/2008 2:33 PM ET
Environmentalist's 'manifesto' in Vanity Fair issues call to 'decarbonize' entirely.
Voters Don't Care about Global Warming - but They Should
4/23/2008 2:32 PM ET
In what's become Earth Month, the media press on as though it's Public Issue No. 1.
ABC's Ross Blames U.S. Gun Industry for Mexican Drug Violence
4/23/2008 1:22 PM ET
'World News' goes undercover in gun stores on U.S. side of the Mexican border to bash Second Amendment.
Networks Ignore Government's Role in Ethanol-Driven Food Crisis
4/23/2008 1:00 PM ET
Gaiag Me with a Spoon
4/23/2008 12:00 AM ET
No subject, not even Barack Obama and the New Camelot, inspires reporters to drop any pretense of balance and objectivity like the Environment.
Paramount Spokeswoman: 'No Plans' for 'An Inconvenient Truth' Sequel
4/22/2008 3:38 PM ET
Publisher says Gore's 'Path to Survival' book with planned release of April 22 pushed back until Spring 2009.
Nightline Uses Math Mistake in Gas Price Attack on Bush
4/22/2008 1:34 PM ET
Anchor Cynthia McFadden incorrectly reports gas price increase while trying to pin blame on the administration.
Time Editor Defends Doctoring Iwo Jima Photo, Calls Objective Journalism 'Fantasy'
4/21/2008 4:52 PM ET
Stengel says global warming fight just as important as World War II. On journalism rules: We're 'making it up as we go along.'
Newsweek's Clift Shows Eco-Elitism on McCain Gas Tax Holiday Proposal
4/21/2008 3:35 PM ET
Columnist tells MSNBC's Joe Scarborough gas tax holiday is a bad idea because it 'abandons environmental consciousness.'
My Big Fat Green Wedding and Other Media Nonsense
4/21/2008 12:00 AM ET
National Public Radio kicked off Earth Week with a series of conversations about food's footprint. That's right. Put down that cheeseburger and listen.
Time Magazine Still Unrepentant Despite Veteran Complaints
4/19/2008 12:58 PM ET
Spokesman calls use of iconic Iwo Jima image a 'respectful use of this symbol of American valor and courage.'
ABC's Artificial Turf Scare: 'Virtually a Hazardous Waste Dump'
4/18/2008 11:44 AM ET
'World News' report claims artificial turf poses a chemical threat despite no cases of health problems ever reported.
Iwo Jima Veterans Blast Time's 'Special Environmental Issue' Cover
4/18/2008 8:40 AM ET
Time editor tells MSNBC 'there needs to be a real effort along the lines of World War II to combat global warming and climate change.'
ElectionWatch: Newsweek Devotes 18 Pages to Fawning over 'Green,' Including Candidates' Credentials
4/17/2008 2:14 PM ET
Newsweek praises Obama's 'thrilling' speechmaking, looks for the 'greenest candidate' for president and spews tons of global warming alarmism.
ABC, CBS Ignores Zero Deaths, Fewer Airline Crashes
4/17/2008 1:13 PM ET
Only NBC reports on zero-fatality year for air travel industry after the three networks pound airlines for delays and higher fares.
When Media Aren't Ignoring Controversial Evolution Movie, Expelled, They're Hostile
4/17/2008 12:00 AM ET
New York Times, Washington Post, and Los Angeles Times discussed Al Gore's An Inconvenient Truth at least three dozen times before the documentary was released. Ben Stein's Expelled? Two mentions.
Media Myth: Nine Worst Business Stories
4/16/2008 4:55 PM ET
(of the Last 50 Years)
'World News' Reports Only Opposition to Airline Merger
4/16/2008 3:43 PM ET
ABC excludes several key senators' support for Delta/Northwest merger in report about government hurdles.
CBS Embraces Left-Wing Talking Points When Following Taxpayers' Money
4/16/2008 2:21 PM ET
'Evening News' commemorates Tax Day 2008 de-emphasizing entitlements, calling some spending of taxpayer money 'relative bargains.'
Nine Worst Business Stories (of the Last 50 Years)
4/16/2008 1:00 PM ET
ElectionWatch: NBC on McCain's Proposed Tax Cuts: It 'Doesn't Add Up'
4/16/2008 12:04 PM ET
'Nightly News' finds everything wrong with the presumptive GOP nominee's economic plan and nothing right.
Vieira Asks Another Airline CEO for Impossible 'Guarantee'
4/15/2008 4:36 PM ET
'Today' co-host asks for a guarantee Delta Air Lines would not raise fares or reduce services in wake of airline merger.
ElectionWatch: Krugman Recycles Story His Own Paper Debunked; Then Apologizes
4/15/2008 3:44 PM ET
Liberal columnist repeated a disproved Clinton talking point to promote the need for socialized medicine five days after his own newspaper disproved it.
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