http://www.tcsdaily.com/article.aspx?id=020906F In fact, the lack of headlines prompted a search of the Lexis Nexis database to compare magazine articles written about the topic of economic recovery for President Clinton in 1993 and 1994 and for President Bush in 2004 and 2005; years when the economy began to show significant improvements for both presidents. The search turned up 320 articles for President Clinton and 260 for President Bush. The searches produced articles published by well-known news magazines, financial publications as well as trade publications. A review of the magazines revealed that far more articles were written about President Clinton in the weekly news magazines whereas the bulk of the articles written about President Bush were found in financial and trade magazines and in right-of-center publications like The National Review and The Weekly Standard. Most glaring was the disparity in coverage by both US News and World Report and Time Magazine. Not only did US News and World Report and Time Magazine publish significantly more articles about Clinton, but the tone of the articles was very different, as well. Read the whole thing for specific examples such as how Time rationalized and made glowing excuses for much higher unemployment and lower growth rates a decade ago. Now, ask yourself "Does this consistent, blatant bias in news reporting cover other issues as well?" Ya think?