Media Research Center

Not Subtle: ABC Touts Cocaine Arrest of 'Conservative' 'Tea Party' 'Republican'

ABC's Good Morning America may be many things, but subtle isn't one of them. George Stephanopoulos and Pierre Thomas on Wednesday made sure to point out to viewers that it was a "conservative," ...

Pro-Gay Hero Obama vs. Anti-Gay Bully Romney on Front Page of New York Times

Parker and Kantor tag-team Mitt Romney on alleged anti-gay high-school bullying from a half-century ago: "The day after President Obama endorsed gay marriage, Mitt Romney found himself ...

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.

From Soda Taxes to Happy Meal Toy Bans, Media Feed Viewers Food Police Message

Under guise of anti-obesity crusade, liberal media ask if soda is 'killing us,' compare it to cocaine and condemn fast food companies for ads.

Networks Forget Raul Castro's 'Economic Reforms' Include Drug Running

ABC says younger Castro could bring changes to Cuba even though they reported he was 'head of a major cocaine smuggling conspiracy' in 1990s.

New York Times Showcases Fashionable Cocaine Use

Irresponsible story devotes more space to cocaine advocates than warning about the dangers of the illegal drug.

Raul Castro's Idea of 'Free Enterprise': Drug Smuggling?

ABC sniffs out lead on Cuban military chief's hand in cocaine running operations.
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