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“All organizations have some slant and I think it's best to read and hear points of view from all sides however, MSNBC, CNN and ABC did not run a newspaper ad accusing Fox of ignoring or over-reporting something near and dear to MSNBC, CNN or ABC's heart.”
“It's unclear as to what the motivation was for over-reporting of cancer statistics.”
“The reason to require this type of over-reporting is so that the government can more accurately assess the amount of VAT that can be generated.”
“The Hill reports that Representative Jim Gerlach (R-PA) has reached a settlement with the Federal Elections Commission, agreeing to pay a $120,000 fine for over-reporting contributions by over $2 million in his 2004 and 2005 reports.”
“ABC, CBS, NBC, MSNBC, and CNN are certainly guilty of over-reporting celebrity stories, behaving as shills for corporate interests, all the while snuggling up too closely to the politicians they should be objectively monitoring.”
“As noted before, It is more to do with the media hyper-reporting and over-reporting than with anything else.”
“Instead, it seems men are over-reporting or women are under-reporting.”
“The census reinforces it with the over-reporting of whites by reclassifying people who put down such things as “Arab” and “Jew” as white.”
“So: it's just barely possibly that the women in 1972, 1978, 1980, I'm just saying, were over-reporting their happiness; that women since then have become more able to report their actual feelings about how things are kind of the way men do?”
“Now it could be there was some other reason less than 1 in 1000 of the readers clicked on the link, or it may be that these sources are over-reporting the influence of TechCrunch.”
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