The Times Finds Yet Another "Widening Gap" - Life Expectancy

Only the Times could spin an increase in life expectancy as a disturbing trend: "Life expectancy for the nation as a whole has increased, the researchers said, but affluent people have experienced ...

Despite Media Carping, Americans Largely Trust Drug Companies

Media attacks on pharmaceutical companies don't resonate with the public, which overwhelmingly believes drug makers improve quality of life.

Obama Spokesman: Government Mandates Don't Work

Co-chairman of liberal presidential candidate's campaign admits government-mandated health care just isn't feasible.

'GMA' Super Tuesday: Health Care, 'Recession' and Hillary in a Tutu

Anchor Robin Roberts lobs softball questions to Democratic presidential hopeful Clinton.

Wal-Mart Pleases Business Reporter by Tacking Left

"In Wal-Mart we trust? After years of criticism that it was a poor corporate citizen and miserly employer, maybe."

ElectionWatch: Hey Big Spender! Media Fail to Report Cost of Campaign Promises

Network coverage of presidential campaigns ignores the high price tag of many candidates' proposals for taxpayers.

Albright Blames Lack of Health Care and Minnesota Bridge Collapse on Iraq War

Former Secretary of State, now working with Hillary Clinton's campaign, tells audience domestic expenditures are suffering because war funding is taking precedence.

ElectionWatch: Obama Proposes Tax Hike as Part of Economic Stimulus Plan

After being pressed by 'American Morning' anchor, Democratic presidential hopeful says tax increase on wealthy would 'bolster our fiscal situation.'

Even When Bowing to Liberal Pressure, "Stingy" Wal-Mart Can't Win

The lead sentence in a story praising Wal-Mart for submitting to liberal pressure and expanding health care: "For much of the last decade, the retailing behemoth Wal-Mart stores has been ...

Times Cites Vague Pro-SCHIP Poll, Ignores More Factual One Showing Lack of Support

Robert Pear trumpeted a CBS News poll that "found overwhelming support for expansion of the program to include some middle-class uninsured children," ignored a more specific one that showed people ...
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