Journalists Prefer Left-Wing WSJ Buyout over Murdoch

Journalists Prefer Left-Wing WSJ Buyout over Murdoch
A successful businessman makes a premium offer for a struggling company. Shareholders and workers rejoice at the prospect of a turnaround. Right? Not in the case of Rupert Murdochs bid for Dow Jones & Co., which would put the Fox News Channel owner over The Wall Street Journal as well. The journalists union which we dont hear much about is having none of it.

Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of 'Free' Health Care
BMIs Amy Menefee notes that every new 'right' the U.S. government has promised has turned into a massively expensive failure yet the media continue to cheer supporters of tax-funded programs.

G: Hannity addresses multiple factors behind gas prices
B: CBS wonders why drug companies dont make more drugs
U: Michael Moore, journalist

Cuba: What a Great Place to Visit! Never Mind the Dictatorship

ABC Attacks NASA Skeptic with Incensed Scientists

USA Today: A Little Medical Coverage Worse Than None

ABC Blames Society for Lack of Childrens Health Insurance


Hilrya Rodhamovich Clintonovs Economic Plan (Patriot Post)

Capitalism vs. Climate Change (American Enterprise Institute)

Why Dont People Start New Businesses? (The American)

Eminent Domain: Hows Your State Doing? A Report Card (Castle Coalition)

Michael Moores Sick RX (Cato Institute)

Could More Competition Have Solved the Post-Katrina Insurance Problems on the Gulf Coast?
June 8, 2007
American Enterprise Institute, Washington, D.C.

Is There a Role for Markets in Health Care?
June 14, 2007
National Press Club, Washington, D.C.

National Taxpayers Conference 2007
organized by the National Taxpayers Union Foundation and Iowans for Tax Relief
June 14-16, 2007
Washington, D.C.

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