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Food Police Demand Pop Stars Stop Promoting ‘Disease-Causing‘ Pepsi

‘Soda companies are using you’ food alarmists warn Katy Perry in ad.
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Modern Family, Major Plot Problems

I expose Modern Family's plot problems
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Media Upset about Judge’s Overturn of Bloomberg Soda Ban

After New York court nixed soda ban, journalists, pundits continued to defend it.
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Media Still in Love with War on Soda

Lefty group CPSI launches new ad campaign parodying Coke bears just before CDC shows sugary soda use declines.
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Bloomberg’s Soda Ban Passes, After Steady Stream of Media Attacks on Soft Drinks

New York City Board of Health approves the mayor’s proposed soda ban in spite of lack of evidence regulation will lower obesity.
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Walker Win "Not an Easy Night" for Left-Wing Hacks

Sadness broke out at MSNBC as Scott Walker put down a union-led effort to eject him from office, with host Ed Schultz wailing that "this is not going to be an easy night for many broadcasters who ...
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Times' Frank Bruni Approves of Bloomberg's Big Gulp of Government Authoritarianism in New York City

New York Times columnist Frank Bruni embraces Bloomberg's supersized soda ban, mocks fat Iowans: "We’re fat, folks. Seriously, dangerously fat. And you don’t need statistics to tell you that; ...
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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.

The Top 10 Economic Myths of 2010

Journalists' tall tales included praising GM for 'keeping faith' with taxpayers, comparing soda to cocaine, and attacking the Chamber of Commerce over baseless 'foreign money' claims.

From Soda Taxes to Happy Meal Toy Bans, Media Feed Viewers Food Police Message

Under guise of anti-obesity crusade, liberal media ask if soda is 'killing us,' compare it to cocaine and condemn fast food companies for ads.
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