Morning Show Consults Kids, Not Experts about Crisis

'Early Show' asks children, not economists, about the credit turmoil.

CBS's 'Dangerous' Medicine Reporting Hard to Swallow

'Early Show' discusses new FDA regulations for cough medicine; excludes business perspective.

Second Minimum Wage Hike Not 'Enough' for the Media

Journalists from broadcast networks, CNN and AP inflate number of minimum-wage workers and complain wages still aren't high enough.

'Early Show' Swallows 'Latte Effect' as Economic Guide

CBS advises viewers to limit 'little indulgences' in 'struggling economy' with potential $40,000 annual savings.

The Early Show Normalizes Illegitimate Births

CBS's Lara Spencer announced with equal exuberance new births to celebrities in and out of wedlock.

CBS Reality Show Goes Blue

Big Brother recruited a Hooters waitress, a body builder and a gay cowboy for the new season.

Weeds and Marijuana Chic

Hollywood is glamorizing pot smoking, despite the evidence of the drug's danger.

TIME, Nets Blame High School Co-Mothering Pact on Poor Sex Ed, Pro-Life Movies

These girls deliberately got pregnant, so no amount of comprehensive sex education and free condoms would have helped them. The media almost completely ignore the obvious need for greater moral ...

'Early Show' Takes Jab at Oil Executives for Industry Profits

Segment later features oil expert that explains it isn't the oil company profits causing the spike.

CBS May Day Bouquet to the Castros

On The Early Show, correspondent Liz Palmer describes Fidel Castro as Cuba's revolutionary hero and lauds new dictator Raul Castro's efforts to improve workers' lives.
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