The Media's Top 10 Worst Economic Myths of 2009

From jobs 'saved or created,' to stimulus saving the economy, to 'deficit neutral' health care reform; here are ten biggest stories the media got wrong this year.

The Great Newspaper Bailout

Liberals, politicians, journalists want Uncle Sam to save news with your tax dollars

Liberal Financier Soros Blames Consumption for U.S. Crisis

Billionaire left-wing donor also says Fed chairman 'a little slow' reacting to crisis, calls Treasury Secretary 'market fundamentalist.'

Crude Coverage

Media ignore OPECs control of oil market when covering Americas pain at the pump.

$168-Billion Stimulus 'Too Little, Too Late,' Says Burnett on NBC

CNBC's Burnett questions whether bigger-than-expected stimulus package is enough to spark a slowly growing economy.

Bernanke Critics and Rate-Cut Proponents Quiet after French Banking Scandal

SocGen fraud may have caused European stock market fall that inspired Fed's emergency rate cut last week; Economist: 'There is way too much panic.'

'Nightly News' Reports on Foreign Investment with Isolationist Tone

Segment neglects to explain foreign countries invest in the U.S. economy because it offers a good investing opportunity.

The Medias Top 10 Economic Myths of 2007

Compiled by the Business and Media Institute
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