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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.

CNN's Sanchez Blasts America First, Asks Questions Later in Chevron/Ecuador Dispute

Features left-wing eco-activist Kerry Kennedy's attack on oil giant; postpones Chevron defense until after commercial break.

NY Times Plays Photo Tricks to Condemn Chevron in Ecuador Dispute

Newspaper uses recent photo of state-run oil company's pollution to make it appear Chevron is at fault.

Undercover Video Reveals $3 Million Bribe Scheme in $27-Billion Suit Against Chevron

Lawsuit that inspired '60 Minutes' report and NYTimes story has corruption angle not revealed in outlets' reporting.

California Environmental Lawsuit Costs 1,000 Jobs

Eco groups and Chevron halt talks on reviving a project to upgrade a refinery near San Francisco.

Chevron/Ecuadorian Amazon Film Tries Not to Take Sides, but Fails

'Crude' relies heavily on footage of anti-oil company plaintiffs and alleged victims, but does give behind scenes glimpse of eco-litigator.

New York Times Bolsters Ecuador's $27-Billion Shake Down of Chevron

Story employs anti-oil company talking points blaming former energy giant Texaco for nation's woes.

Ecuador tries crude form of justice to steal $27 billion from Chevron

Leftist government ignores its own agreement and using bogus legal system to strive for oil settlement.

'60 Minutes' Promotes $27-Billion Leftist 'Fraud' Efforts Against Chevron

One-sided segment uses misleading footage, biased sources and omits key points to perpetrate scheme by Ecuadoran government, friend of Obama.

CBS Suggests Government Subsidies to Lower Gas Prices

'The Early Show' blames speculators for high prices again, and suggests countries like Venezuela 'doing a much better job.'
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