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Media Fail to Realize Oil Not Even Near Records

Reporter Jim Axelrod mocks local tourism and shows his field of dreams isnt in Iowa.

Media Continue to Pound on Obesity Coverage

Fast food restaurants are stalking children; Southerners are getting fatter; and the misleading Body Mass Index is back in the news after a football players death.

Saving at the Pump Means Paying More for Vehicles

Media continue to refine their talking points about failure of new CAFE standards.

Econ 101: Are Housing Prices Too High?

Professor Gary Wolfram explains the economics behind pricing and the housing bubble.

The Media Spin: Bring Out the Tea Leaves

Global warming is in fashion today, but veteran journalist David Goodnow remembers when we once feared another little ice age.

The Business of Rebuilding

Network news gives little time to Americans generosity, as businesses use their profits to help the needy.

Media Take a Bite Out of CAFE Guidelines

Government proposes new light truck, SUV fuel standards, but media highlight critics.

Networks Send Plaintiffs Message to Drugmakers

Media continue lopsided coverage of litigation in Vioxx verdict.

More Media Go Drilling for Viewers

CBS, ABC launch new features on gas prices. Reporter Axelrod shows hes going the wrong way.

AARP vs. the Free Market on Drug Prices

Ignoring the simple rule of demand in determining prices, news reports chide drug companies for not pegging their prices to inflations rise.
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