Health

More Calm, Objective Biz Reporting: 'As the Nation's Obesity Crisis Continues Unabated...'

This is a news story? Reporter Andrew Martin: "As the nation's obesity crisis continues unabated...Many Americans eat too many calories every day, expanding their waistlines and imperiling their ...

Health Care Cost Estimates Challenged, But Media Skip Criticism of 'Non-Partisan' Agency

Congressional Budget Office figures challenged only 16 percent of the time, despite former CBO director's claims of 'Garbage In, Garbage Out' accounting.

Networks Out of Step with Public, Ignore Majority Support for ObamaCare Repeal

In past month, ABC, CBS and NBC leave public's opposition out of 93 percent of stories mentioning health care legislation.

WaPo Editor Shocked by Opposition to No Radish Left Behind

Op-ed blasts conservatives questioning role of government in nutrition.

Networks See Unconstitutional Ruling as 'Setback,' Not 'Victory for Liberty'

Evening and morning shows see 'roadblock' for White House, not freedom for citizens, in federal judge's decision insurance mandate is unconstitutional.

NYT Shows Sudden Concern for Partisan Judges After GOP-Appointed Judge Rules Against Obama-Care

After downplaying partisanship of federal judges in rulings involving immigration and gay marriage, the Times plays up the fact that an anti-Obama-care ruling was done by a Republican-appointed ...

'Fish Story': NBC's 'Today' Disregards Motives in Seafood Industry Attack

Jeff Rossen ignores economic and political interests and omits contradictory data in segment warning against dangers of imported seafood.

From Soda Taxes to Happy Meal Toy Bans, Media Feed Viewers Food Police Message

Under guise of anti-obesity crusade, liberal media ask if soda is 'killing us,' compare it to cocaine and condemn fast food companies for ads.

Despite GOP Sweep, Liberals Make Tax, Spending Decisions in Lame Duck Session

Mountain of legislation awaits Congress; taxes, unemployment, Medicare and more may be addressed.

Cramer Plays Populist: Wall Street Execs 'Should Be on the Chilean Copper Mine Diet'

CNBC 'Mad Money' host tells 'Today' audience Wall Street execs make too much money.
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