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Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of 'Free' Health Care
6/6/2007 4:13 PM ET
Every new 'right' the U.S. government has promised has turned into a massively expensive failure, yet the media continue to cheer supporters of tax-funded programs.
ABC Blames Society for Lack of Children's Health Insurance
6/4/2007 5:36 PM ET
Reporter uses Clinton allies and personal tragedies in one-sided report favoring universal care.
Michael Moore as Dan Rather?
5/27/2007 1:15 PM ET
Entertainment Weekly cover boy claims anti-industry movie 'Sicko' is journalism.
Just In Time for 'Sicko,' CBS Levels Two-Part Attack on Private Health Insurance
5/25/2007 3:46 PM ET
'Evening News' gathers anti-industry sources for airing of grievances against U.S. system.
Sowing Front-Page Suspicions of Big Pharma
5/10/2007 11:42 AM ET
Is the drug industry the Times' next target? Front-page stories on consecutive days suggest so.
Fortune: American Business 'Respectable' Again Because of Liberal Choices
5/4/2007 4:19 PM ET
Magazine declares the era of 'shamed' business is over, thanks to companies going green and endorsing nationalized health care.
AARP Quest for Health Care 'Leverage' Doesn't Bother New York Times
4/17/2007 4:07 PM ET
Group's move toward health insurance is controversial, but reporter Robert Pear only talks with AARP execs and allies.
Wal-Mart Employees: Fat, Poor, Unhealthy Robots
4/5/2007 11:50 AM ET
Michael Barbaro: "Its workers earn, on average, less than $20,000 a year, which means that fitness and ecology are, by necessity, relatively low priorities....And a disproportionate number of its ...
Econ 101: Let's Be Honest about Entitlements
3/7/2007 1:33 PM ET
No one wants to talk about who should pay for whom.
Is the Times Pushing for National Health Care?
3/2/2007 3:17 PM ET
The paper devotes most of its latest poll to health care questions and claims most would willingly pay more taxes for it. But that number is the same as it was in 1993.
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