Media Research Center

Washington Post Mag Finds ‘Cash for Clunkers’ Harmed Demolition Derby

Program that spent taxpayer money on new cars was praised by Washington Post and other media in 2009.

The Top 10 Economic Myths of 2010

Journalists' tall tales included praising GM for 'keeping faith' with taxpayers, comparing soda to cocaine, and attacking the Chamber of Commerce over baseless 'foreign money' claims.

Media Parrot White House Spin on Auto Bailout as Unemployment Rises

ABC, CBS tout 'good news' in Michigan, ignore more out-of-work residents.

'Cash for Clunkers' Bill a Clunker after All

Business Week points out shortcomings that other journalists overlook.

Not Green -- GM Car Shipped to Washington for PR Stunt

Rick Wagoner arrives to make bailout plea in Chevy Volt, but really took Chevy Malibu hybrid from Detroit to Washington.

Frank Adds Media to List of Parties Responsible for Automaker Woes

House Financial Services Committee chairman assigns blame to auto companies, politicians, unions and the media.

Journalists are MIA on Bailouts

Real reporting would give taxpayers details, perspective on automakers and government.

Dear Post: 'Too Big to Fail' Gets it Wrong

Failure is vital for unproductive companies, especially the big ones.

'Evening News' Blames GM Cutbacks on Gas Prices, Ignores Union Effect

Report blasts automaker for producing 'gas-guzzling' vehicles but doesn't mention expensive labor agreements.

Obama Spokesman: Government Mandates Don't Work

Co-chairman of liberal presidential candidate's campaign admits government-mandated health care just isn't feasible.
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