R. Warren Anderson


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Plenty of experts have said theres no evidence global warming caused Katrina, but the media continue to ask the same question.



Collusion between doctors and manufacturers blamed, but paper leaves out standard realities of the marketplace.



Networks show exaggerated video of highest gas prices, hyping daily increases but glossing over the recent steady decline.



Media continue push for government intervention to make kids eat healthier.



Networks promote warming oceans, but ignore cooling temperatures.



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


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


As PBS releases a special about the oil delivery system, the Business & Media Institute goes back in time to recall environmentalists pipe dream: stopping it.


CNN, NBC talk up Willie Nelsons new biofuel, missing the pitfalls.


ABC misstated goal for weight loss by supersized amount.


Media focus on criticism of retailer, picking up themes of anti-store documentary instead of pro-market film.


CBS looks at savings from solar power, ignoring all the expenses.


Congress and media push to punish oil companies despite the fact governments rake in more from oil taxes than oil companies earn in profits.


ABC worries parents that lead is in some lunch boxes, even though tests indicate no health hazard.


ABC looks at deaths, ignores extant solution


Savings accounts would place choice in the hands of employees, end need for company intervention.


NBC criticizes oil company profits, wondering how much is too much?


Newspapers list housing bubble, deficits, inflation confronting next Fed chairman but issues arent as dire as they suggest.


House overwhelmingly passes cheeseburger bill to prevent obesity-related lawsuits, but anchor says everyone involved acted foolishly.


CBS reporter calls for government aid to assist Northeast flood victims.