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Washington Post: Capitalism a 'Casualty' of Financial Crisis

Writer's 'analysis' blames free markets for current woes, leaves out economists who disagree.

CNBC Host: 'We Need a Perp Walk' to Boost Market Confidence

'The Call' and 'Fast Money' host Dylan Ratigan tells viewers criminal charges necessary for public to regain belief in markets.

'Evening News' Highlights Community Bank Success

CBS reports Vermont bank using common-sense standards of capitalism avoids financial crisis.

Cramer Defends Doom-and-Gloom 'Today' Remarks

An irate 'Mad Money' host calls advice to take cash out of market 'prudence.'

ABC Won't Air Gore's Global Warming Ad

'We Campaign' petition has 79,000 signatures; claims oil and coal industry ads as reason for not airing 'Repower America' TV spot.

Networks Quick on AIG Scandal, Not on Fannie, Freddie

ABC, CBS and NBC evening news broadcasts highlight $440,000 executive retreat, but don't scrutinize government-sponsored boondoggles.

'Evening News' Turns Credit Woes into Plea for Health Care Mandate

CBS segment features small business owners who expect federal government to solve their problems.

Oil Recession: Analyst Foresees Oil at $40 a Barrel or Lower

Equidex President Phillip Gotthelf tells Bloomberg TV oil prices poised to drop much further.

NYT's Krugman Predicts 'Partial and Temporary Nationalization of Financial System'

Liberal economist tells MSNBC's Maddow bailout is a failure and predicts government takeover 'with almost 100-percent confidence.'

Knock Out: CNBC Confirms Lehman CEO Punched at Gym

Network verifies reports Richard Fuld was attacked for financial institution's bankruptcy.
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