Regulation

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Media in Love with Bloomberg’s Nanny State Policies

 Time and time again, news outlets promote and praise everything mayor proposes. 
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Ad Age Wonders if Sugar Will ‘Survive’ Regulatory Onslaught

“Large sugary drinks” got a reprieve this week after a judge struck down New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s ban on drinks above a certain size and in only some dining establishments. But ...
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Food Police Group Bashes Restaurants, CBS Eats it Up

Network website runs CSPI report including accusation and calls for regulation.
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Reporter Wonders if Matt Damon’s Anti-Fracking Film Will Have Any Effect in Texas

Reporter from Soros-funded NPR StateImpact confuses fact and Hollywood fiction.
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Networks Ignore Ethanol Mandates in Most Coverage of Historic Drought

With corn crops dwindling, ethanol fuel requirements are poised to push prices even higher, something ABC, CBS and NBC barely acknowledge.
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Media, Left Try to Put Their Hands on Your Shopping Cart

News outlets hype fears of chemical often found in food items, while lefty eco-, PR groups call for ban.
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Businessweek Finds Pa. Town Wounded from Anti-Fracking Battle

Environmental extremists and regulators stopped drilling before it started, leaving locals struggling. 
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Despite Obama’s Willingness to ‘Bankrupt’ Coal, Broadcast Networks Continue to Ignore Story

In contrast, NY Times and WaPo report Obama’s unpopularity in ‘coal country,’ and expose industry ‘under siege.’
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Networks Forget JPMorgan Chase CEO Dimon Used to be Close Friends with Obama

Fair-weather friend Obama distances himself from Dimon once trouble arises. 
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CNN’s Alina Cho Finds ‘Good Argument’ for Bloomberg’s Sugary Drink Ban

Cho shows sickening video of man ‘drinking a tall glass of fat,’ but mentions zero opposition to NYC mayor’s food police proposal.
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