tax

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.

The Great Newspaper Bailout

Liberals, politicians, journalists want Uncle Sam to save news with your tax dollars

Media Myth: Networks Ignore Trillion-Dollar Price Tag of Climate Cap Bill

Waxman-Markey cap-and-trade bill leaves committee while ABC, CBS, NBC remain silent.

Dobbs Rips Garofalo for Tea Party Comments: 'She's Just Nasty -- Nasty Piece of Business'

CNN host counters mainstream media criticism of grassroots movement; bashes Olbermann guest

Olbermann Launches into Anti-Tea Party, Anti-Tax Haven, Anti-Fox Business Rant

'Countdown' host still laments Bush presidency; blasts tax havens despite sister network CNBC cheerleading them.

MSNBC: The Place for Low-Brow 'Teabag' Humor

Network's primetime shows repeatedly use sexual slang to refer to taxpayer tea party protests.

ACORN, HuffPo Organizing Efforts to Infiltrate Tax Day Tea Parties

FNC's Cavuto says efforts underway to make protests appear as 'fringe-group efforts' and in some cases as 'racist undertakings.'

Pants On Fire

Obama's big 5 percent lie.

Media Myth: Networks Stick to Warming Theme Despite Avalanche of Chilling News

Alarmists get snowed in for Washington, D.C. rally; networks mostly ignore signs of cooling temps, 'record' cold.

CNBC's Gasparino: Obama's Tax Plan 'Throwing Gasoline on the Fire'

Network's on-air editor blasts Democratic presidential nominee on spending, tax policy.
Syndicate content