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The Medias Top 10 Economic Myths of 2007

Compiled by the Business and Media Institute

Real Debate Questions for GOP Candidates

Voters need to know what presidential candidates would do with their money. These questions would get answers.

If Government Is So Good, Let It Fix Journalism

Media show support for socialist solutions like Hillarycare, but few back similar involvement in news.

When the Story's Got Children, Who Needs Facts?

Media coverage of State Children's Health Insurance Program expansion heavy on liberal talking points, light on its unattractive reality.

CNN Team Shocked, Appalled that Bush Would Veto Anything about the Children

CNN political analyst gives emotional opinions, omits White House position that $35-billion spending increase 'goes too far toward federalizing health care.'

Read Hillary's Lips: 'No New Bureaucracy'

The return of 'HillaryCare' leaves many questions unanswered, while journalists paint her plan as an innovative, mature solution.

ABC 'World News' Coverage of Hillarycare: Leaving Out Cost

Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton's plan for health care would cost $110 billion.

State Farm: Bloomberg Markets Magazine Does Hatchet Job on Insurers

Insurance executive fights back against 'lack of journalistic ethics and wanton disregard for the facts' in magazine article.

Media Still Using Wrong Number for Uninsured

New Census data shows increase in uninsured, yet no distinction made between Americans and non-citizens.

Universal Health Care: CBS Reporter Says Mass. Is a 'Great Start'

Correspondent blogs 'what's great about the plan' Mitt Romney installed - even though Romney himself is distancing his campaign from it.
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