The media love to tell people what not to do: smoke, eat, emit carbon dioxide, etc. So, journalistic support for taxing those sins is rarely a surprise. As Congress prepares for a vote, the media are promoting an expansion of taxpayer-funded health insurance to be paid for with huge tax increases on cigarettes and cigars. Thats the real sin.
Super Rich: The New Code for Media Disapproval 
Journalists think the very wealthy are anything but super. The media use the term as one weapon in class warfare.
G: CNBC survey: Experts see strong stock market rally continuing
B: Cereal character assassination isnt enough for ABC, CBS
U: Newsweek jealously slams private-equity 'superrich.' 
Cereal Murders Not Enough for ABC, CBS 
Dows Flirt with 14,000 Barely Noticed by Media 
Newsweek Slams Private-Equity Billionaires the New Masters of the Universe 
Good Morning America Attacks the Man with Everything 
Cheese Headcases: Wisconsin reveals the cost of universal health care 
The Wall Street Journals Opinion Journal
The Gospel of Freedom 
Supreme Court Limits Unions Spending of Dues on Politics 
Budget & Tax News
Dependent on Foreign Oil 
Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council
Congress Presses Private Equity Tax Hikes: Why You Should Care 
Center for Individual Freedom
Milton Friedman and His Legacy of Freedom 
July 31, 2007
Heritage Foundation, Washington, D.C.
Freedomnomics: Why the Free Market Works and Other Half-Baked Theories Dont 
Aug. 1, 2007
The Heritage Foundation, Washington, D.C.
Deflating Housing Bubble II 
Oct. 11, 2007, Washington, D.C.
American Enterprise Institute
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