'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.'

Pressure Builds on Oil Companies - from Lawmakers, Media and Candidates

Networks give a free pass to Democrats' proposals to levy more taxes on oil companies, even as Senate committee grills oil execs.

'Big Oil' Faces 'the Same Game Plan that Brought Down Big Tobacco'

Lawyer that sued the tobacco industry in the 1990s now suing energy industry for causing climate change, according to Atlantic Monthly.

Portfolio Magazine Slams Top Corporations as 'Toxic Ten'

Conde Nast's business mag goes after corporations for what it deems 'self-serving' and 'laughable' environmental efforts.

NPR's $100 Oil Series: Profits Will Be Used for New Exploration

Report explains how higher prices enable companies to invest in the future of energy.

ABC: Why is Shell Taking from Your Grandchildren's College Fund?

'Good Morning America' asks president of Shell Oil if he could 'cut back' on profits.

Media Spread Suspicion of Gas 'Gouging'

Record gas prices prompt journalists' support for more price gouging investigations, vague legislation.

Q&A: Rep. Connie Mack Warns Media about Hugo Chavez

Outspoken congressman says media keep ignoring dictator's threats to U.S. interests.

A Thieving Dictator Only U.S. Media Could Love

Despite his threat to American business interests, Hugo Chavez is still the 'friendly' darling of the network news.
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