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Environmental ‘Progress’ Means Backtracking to Days of Sail

Businessweek advocates ditching modern ships for wind-driven clippers.
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Motor City Madness: Networks Tell Upbeat Story as Detroit Goes Bankrupt

Viewers watching ABC, CBS and NBC over the past year would have seen six times as many upbeat stories about the Motor City economy and recovery, vs. negative stories about the looming fiscal crisis.
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‘Gasland’ Director Celebrates as Pennsylvania Property Owners Lose Millions

Hess Corp. and Newfield Exploration Co. give up on drilling in Upper Delaware.
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The Magic of Obamacare

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Business Magazine Finds Media Punching Bag Was Boon to Business

Media made Rick Perry a ‘punchline,’ but his record of bringing businesses to Texas is praiseworthy.
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In Midst of Data Scandals, Networks Ignore Dangers of Electronic Medical Records

Three years after Obama push for monitoring health information, ABC, CBS and NBC skip privacy concerns.
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Gasland Part II: Same Misleading Images, New Conspiracy Theory

Josh Fox’s follow up retreads old claims, but adds new level of spin.
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Washington Post Profiles ‘Outlaw’ Raisin Farmer Fighting to End the U.S. Raisin Reserve

 Paper highlights problem of government intervention about outdated law stealing from farmers.
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Half of Fracking Stories Rely on Hollywood Hit Jobs

News reports give platform to artists, celebs and anti-drilling documentaries in 50 percent of reports.
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Forbes List Shows Liberals Dominate Influential Media Spots By 9-to-1

‘Celebrity 100’ reveals strength of left across news, entertainment.
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