Nightline

Greed Isn't Good, But It Isn't That Bad, Either

Media refrain used to demonize business, promote standard liberal talking points.

Networks, Once Silent on Fannie Mae, Blame Capitalism for Debacle

In 2005, 2008 TV journalists wouldn't criticize GSEs; now reporters blame deregulation, GOP.

Networks Help Obama Bridge Gap on Earmarks

Journalists race to 'check' Palin claims, ignore Democrats' billion dollars in earmarks.

Obama Embraces Media Hype about Economic 'Turmoil'

Networks virtually ignore good economic news, don't challenge claim economy in 'crisis.'

Nightline Attacks DOJ Official Emphasizing Character in Fight against Juvenile Delinquency

ABC's Brian Ross follows up a disgruntled employee's accusation of cronyism, waste, fraud, abuse by gratuitously identifying the alleged culprit as 'a former prosecutor and devout born-again ...

ABC's Nightline Guest Advocates 'Taking Risks' with Kids' Internet Safety

Reporter Nick Watt does not discuss the harm children can suffer when allowed to surf the Internet without tight parental supervision.

Nightline Attacks 'Edible Food-Like Substances' in One-Sided Report

Report parrots claims of non-expert without any response from food industry, scientists or actual experts

Media Find Another Housing Crisis Villain: The Builder

ABC's 'Nightline' runs segment blaming homebuilders for glut of housing in Arizona community.

Nightline Uses Math Mistake in Gas Price Attack on Bush

Anchor Cynthia McFadden incorrectly reports gas price increase while trying to pin blame on the administration.

FaithShatters: ABC Takes an Ill-Informed Whack at Creationists

During Holy Week, the Nightline series FaithMatters ridicules Biblical literalists.
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