The Media's Top 10 Worst Economic Myths of 2009

From jobs 'saved or created,' to stimulus saving the economy, to 'deficit neutral' health care reform; here are ten biggest stories the media got wrong this year.

To the Networks, Tiger Woods Gossip 15 Times More Newsworthy Than ClimateGate

Morning and evening shows air 62 stories on golfer's accident and infidelity, four on leaked e-mails from climate alarmists.

Day Fourteen and Counting

Networks Briefly Note Dem Mayor's Conviction, Yet Ignored Her Trial

Imagine if you will that former Alaska governor Sarah Palin was accused of taking gift cards donated to her office for redistribution to needy constituents and using them instead for a personal ...

Broadcast Nets Celebrate Dow 10,000 with Calls to Restrict Wall Street Bonuses

ABC, CBS and NBC all go populist, using Dow Jones Industrial Average breakthrough to emphasize class envy points.

Networks Allow Letterman to Play 'Victim'

Coverage shows bias in favor of liberals behaving badly.

Networks Flip Flop on Jobs

Identical Unemployment Numbers Good News for Obama, But All Bad under Reagan.

White House Pushes Economic 'Recovery,' Media Spin Jobs Reports

Journalists emphasize 'glimmers of hope' for the economy as unemployment rises to a 26-year-high.
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