Business

Too Little, Too Late - Media Discover Mercury in Fluorescent Bulbs

Journalists' beloved 'eco-friendly' lights now considered more dangerous than originally thought, after government mandate required their use.

Networks Combine to Deliver Economic Triple Threat

Will housing, gas prices and banking bring down the U.S. economy? On the news, it seems like a daily mantra.

NYT Weeps as High-Ticket Items Become Unaffordable in Slowdown

Front-page article spins slowing luxury item sales as 'housing-related' hardship hitting 'Main Street.'

Portfolio Magazine Slams Top Corporations as 'Toxic Ten'

Conde Nast's business mag goes after corporations for what it deems 'self-serving' and 'laughable' environmental efforts.

NASA's Hansen Calls for No Coal by 2030

Global warming alarmist advocates complete eradication of coal-fired plants 'if humanity wishes to preserve a planet similar to that on which civilization developed.'

McCain Pushes 'Cap-And-Trade' Plan to Fight Global Warming

GOP candidate promotes working with Europe on climate change, but only wants to 'encourage' involvement of 'rest of the world.'

Zuckerman Makes 'Great Depression' Claim Again

U.S. News & World Report editor says economy facing the 'strongest downward pressures' since 'Depression.'

ABC Ignores Taxes Behind High California Gas Prices

'World News' segment about economic hardship due to higher gas prices in California fails to explain why that state's prices were higher to begin with.

Not Just Recession, Clinton Appointee Talking 'Depression'

Former Labor Secretary Reich: 'I Think There's a 20 Percent Chance of a Depression'

'Evening News' Takes EPA to Task on CO2, Claims Supreme Court Gave an Order

CBS segment bashes agency for not being more aggressive in policing carbon in the wake of congressional hearing.
Syndicate content