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A Flood of Incomplete Insurance Coverage

As the media point out that hurricane victims insurance coverage is lacking, news coverage also lacks some key points.

The Picture of Hype

Networks show exaggerated video of highest gas prices, hyping daily increases but glossing over the recent steady decline.

Times Claims Climate of Secrecy Adds to Medical Costs

Collusion between doctors and manufacturers blamed, but paper leaves out standard realities of the marketplace.

U.S. vs. Oil Refiners: Are Profits Justified?

Washington Post pits motorists against profit-guzzler oil companies.

More Doom That Wasnt

Broadcasters turn news into 24-hour speculation cycle about $5 per gallon post-hurricane gas prices.

Cartoon Pyramids, Computer Games and School Lunches

Media continue push for government intervention to make kids eat healthier.

High Tide In Mississippi

Media hype trial lawyers crusade to create new Katrina victims insurance companies.

Post Calls Left-Wing Organization a Consumer Group

Latest story part of a trend with newspaper to depict leftist associations as neutral.

ABC Reporter Portrays Union as Victim, Delphi as Villain

Reynolds ignored Delphis $76-an-hour wages and $400-million per year spent on laid-off workers.
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