Re: A deep look at media bias

2003-12-08 Thread Rodney F Weiher
Rex, I agree in general, but the fish example is a little misplaced. A few Individual Transferable Quotas--ITQs exist in US fisheries and there are many more proposals to extend their use in over harvested (most of them) US fisheries. New Zealand has an extensive system. They are an example of

Re: A deep look at media bias

2003-12-04 Thread chris macrae
world. Chris Macrae, [EMAIL PROTECTED] , editor of first journal issue connecting corporate brand and responsibility -Original Message- From: ArmChair List [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of rex Sent: 03 December 2003 22:36 To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: A deep look at media bias

Re: A deep look at media bias

2003-12-03 Thread Mike Cardwell
] On Behalf Of Kevin Carson Sent: Wednesday, November 19, 2003 1:55 PM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: A deep look at media bias You're on to something here. The press has a bias toward official sources in general, both government and corporate. A huge part of a newspaper's non-advertising

Re: A deep look at media bias

2003-12-03 Thread rex
I've seen many stories about government attempts to stop price gouging and none even hinted that there was another side, that gouging was good, that anti-gouging laws shouldn't exist, that they defeat market pricing, or that the laws caused problems. I've seen many stories about seafood being

Re: A deep look at media bias

2003-11-11 Thread rex
ree of press and speech because government schools not only destroy themarket in education, government schoolscreate statists, and the news media areexamples. http://members.ij.net/rex/schoolsmedia.html - Original Message - From: Aschwin de Wolf To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Tu