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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.

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.

Balance is Low on CBS's Pecking Order

'Evening News' plays up study on salmonella in chicken, but leaves out industry rebuttal, consumer group's pro-regulation agenda.

Who Is Capt. Jamil Hussein? The Times Doesn't Ask In Print

When discussing controversy over an alleged atrocity in Iraq, in which Sunnis were reportedly doused in kerosene and burned alive, Tom Zeller leaves off a vital question he asked on his blog days ...

Post Slants Left - Even into the Grave

The deaths of two prominent economists show paper never ceases liberal spin.

CNN Hypes Backover Danger of SUVs

'American Morning' features advocate for more regulation, rear-view cameras, even though study finds they have their limits.

Post's Version of 'Rent' Complains about Cost

Tenants who don't want to pay are focus of story on government control of market.

Media: U.S. Should Throw Billions of Dollars at Global Warming

What will new Congress do? Though emissions-lowering programs have failed around the world, the media continue to embrace plans for more regulation that could crush the American economy.

PBS Gives a Hyped View of College Costs

'Nightly Business Report' segment ignored latest figures showing costs on decline.

NBC's Williams Omits Charge That Bush Cooked the Books

But the 'Nightly News' anchor stuck with a sour note on the government's finances, leaving out near-record revenue growth and suggestions that tax cuts have helped the economy.
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