Bush's Housing Bailout Doesn't Go Far Enough

In its front-page story on the subprime housing "crisis," the Times ignores conservative concerns and embraces the issue as a political game - one the liberal Democrats are sure to win.

Fixing Overheated Housing Market with Half-Baked Bailout Plan

Networks promote government bailout, downplay 80-percent home price gains and overlook consequences of dismissing mortgages' risk.

Economy Grew More than We Knew, but Networks Barely Notice

CBS, NBC do find time to report Bush administration's reduced growth forecast.

Talking Ourselves into Recession

Despite Federal Reserve's expectations of no recession in 2008, journalists can't get enough of the word.

Networks Still Don't Get Foreclosure Stats Correct

CBS, ABC and NBC predictably report foreclosures, but give differing statistics on evening news broadcasts.

Washington Post, USA Today Favor Liberal's Plan to Regulate Mortgages

Newspapers showcase Rep. Barney Frank's plan to further 'control' the industry, virtually ignore criticism and opposition.

CBS Plugs Radical Leftist Group's Plea for Housing Assistance

Reporter warns if foreclosed borrowers 'don't get some help, it will be the rest of the economy that needs it.'

Four Years of Media Fairy Tales about the Economy

Journalists pushed fable of recession throughout job-heavy economic recovery.

Econ 101: The Problem with Bailouts

Bailing out a bum sector of the economy - with my money and yours - sends the message that people can do whatever they want without consequences. And that idea is how the mortgage problem started.

Liberal Economist Urges Government to Seize Private Homes

Property rights movement finds progressives are as big a threat as Supreme Court.
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