Econ 101: What Does a Falling Dollar Mean?

What changes our exchange rate, and should we worry about it? BMI adviser Gary Wolfram explains.

Stock Markets and Credit 'Crunch': Free-Market Experts Speak Out

Free-market economists and financial advisors talked to BMI about markets, mortgages and the Federal Reserve.

What Now -- Student Lenders Stealing Food from Borrowers?

'World News Sunday' pushes victimization theme, using extreme scenario and leading Democrat to blame lenders.

ABC 'World News' Uses Questionable Data in Home Foreclosure Story

Report states foreclosures up 90 percent, although source admits its own foreclosure data is susceptible to error.

Media Exaggerate Student Loan 'Crisis'

Following liberal attorney general's lead, journalists portray lenders as malicious source of students' debt woes.

CNN Blames Lenders For 'Credit Crisis'

'In the Money' provides uncritical platform for documentary director to bash the credit industry.

Networks Hype Credit Companies Abuse

Evening newscasts use 'horror stories' but leave out personal responsibility.

Stories Lament Twentysomethings 'Forced' to Live with Parents

Media depict young adults struggling with debt but talk little about poor choices that got them there.

NBC's Williams Omits Charge That Bush Cooked the Books

But the 'Nightly News' anchor stuck with a sour note on the government's finances, leaving out near-record revenue growth and suggestions that tax cuts have helped the economy.

'Bad News Bears'

How Networks Distort a Good Economy and Batter President Bush
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