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What Now -- Student Lenders Stealing Food from Borrowers?

'World News Sunday' pushes victimization theme, using extreme scenario and leading Democrat to blame lenders.

Media Exaggerate Student Loan 'Crisis'

Following liberal attorney general's lead, journalists portray lenders as malicious source of students' debt woes.

Student Loan Providers 'Sound Like Drug Companies,' CNN Reporter Scolds

'In the Money' report drags several industries through the mud while pushing for more government control of student loans.

ABC Parrots Cuomo's Attack on Loan Industry

'World News' doesn't explain why loans are bad, glosses over lenders' perspective.

No Exxon Deed Goes Unpunished

San Jose paper runs accusations of 'greenwashing' in Exxon-Stanford partnership, but leaves out left-wing affiliations of critic.

CNN's 'In The Money' Laments 'Soaring' College Costs with Extreme Example

Segment complains of lower grants, using one school's 18-percent tuition hike as a benchmark.

Econ 101: Who Benefits from Boost in Student Grants?

'Round and 'round the taxpayer money goes ... and where it stops, nobody knows. Oh, and tuition will go up, too.

USA Today: Room for Worry in New Study on College Weight Gain

The 'Freshman 15' reported more like the 'Freshman 8,' but reporter Nanci Hellmich focused on complaints from nutritionists about foods offered in college dining halls.

SUPERSIZED BIAS II

Big Media Continue Skewing Obesity Debate (May-October 2004)

SUPERSIZED BIAS

Big Medias Role In Covering And Promoting the Obesity Debate
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