The Top 10 Economic Myths of 2010

Journalists' tall tales included praising GM for 'keeping faith' with taxpayers, comparing soda to cocaine, and attacking the Chamber of Commerce over baseless 'foreign money' claims.

Fire and Ice: Executive Summary

Journalists have warned of climate change for 100 years, but cant decide weather we face an ice age or warming

CNBC Finally Embraces Santelli's Tea Party Rant

Network runs 'Obama, are you listening' portion in TV spot to promote election night coverage.

CBS: Israeli Archeological Dig 'Indoctrination' for Expanding 'Jewish Encroachment'

On Sunday's 60 Minutes, CBS correspondent Lesley Stahl fretted over the possible expansion of Israeli settlements near an important archeological site in Jerusalem: "So archeology is being used as ...

CBS Begins Media's Rehabilitation of 'Fantastic' Jimmy Carter, 'Cursed' Presidency Actually More Successful Than Reagan's

Lesley Stahl trumpeted on 60 Minutes: "Jimmy Carter argues that despite the image of failure, he actually had a long list of successes, starting with bringing all the hostages home alive," as if ...

Brian Williams Relitigates Bush v Gore, Pushes Breyer to Elaborate on Irreparable Harm

On Monday, NBC anchor Brian Williams brought viewers back to the Left's ten-year-old grudge, cuing up Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer to agree: "Do you think Bush v Gore hurt the credibility ...

Flashback: Reacting to MRC, ABC News Chief Westin Apologized for 'No Opinion' on Whether Pentagon Was 'Legitimate' 9/11 Target

Reporting ABC News President David Westin's plan to step down at the end of the year, the Washington Post's Howard Kurtz noted "some early missteps" during his tenure, such as "a comment after the ...

Looking Back at Schorr's Goldwater-Nazi Axis CBS Evening News Hit Piece

Daniel Schorr's passing on Friday reminded me of the kind of assaults CBS News unleashed on conservatives before there were any countervailing forums available. A 2001 Weekly Standard article ...

Shame That 'Compelling Evidence' Lincoln Was Gay Won't Make It Into Texas Textbooks

The Times' answer to the educational culture wars: "Perhaps a big, gay dance party is what it will take to help the intractable sides find common ground."

After Friday Sentencing, Flashback: Newspapers Painted Spies for Cuba as Endearing Elderly Couple

On Friday, Kendall and Gwendolyn Myers, who spied for Cuba, were sentenced to prison terms, an action which the Washington Post described as "a grim ending to the Myerses' idealistic embrace of ...
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