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The Media's Top 10 Worst Economic Myths of 2008

BMI's collection of outrageous economic bias for the entire year: From the salmonella outbreak to the media's call for a new, New Deal.

ABC's Ross Blasts Swiss Bank for Sponsoring Art Show

'World News' investigative reporter attends 'lavish art festival' to attack UBS.

Barbara Walters Betrays 'Fascinating' Bias

During her Ten Most Fascinating People special, ABC's news doyenne tolerates a pregnant pseudo-man, an outspoken cultist, a scandal-beset adolescent actress and a liberal president-elect, but ...

Networks Darken 'Black Friday'

Broadcast journalists marginalize increased turnout, spending; focus on downbeat angles of holiday shopping.

Boston Legal Spills the Beans on Wretched TV

Even liberal television writers understand the lack of quality in entertainment television. Why don't the networks?

Britney's Booty Shakes Up ABC's Morning News

Good Morning America dedicates 45 salacious minutes to the Pop Princess's comeback.

The View: Still Pounding on Palin

ABC's morning news chatters still won't acknowledge that the media deliberately tarnished the image of the GOP vice presidential nominee.

Networks Back Big Three Bailout

As with mortgage bailout, broadcast news outlets support government rescue of failing auto makers.

'Nightline' Shuns Balance While Blasting CEOs.

ABC's Brian Ross doesn't let fairness get in the way of good have vs. have-not story.

Refreshing Victory for Honesty

Strong character in sport is rare these days. ABC lauds golfer who fessed up.
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