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NPR's Totenberg: 'Bankers and Business' Are the 'Super-crooked'

On Friday's Inside Washington on PBS, regular panel member Nina Totenberg - a correspondent for NPR - generalized that "bankers and business" are not only the "super-rich" but also the ...
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Obama’s Tall Tales, Whoppers and Fish Stories

In a CBS interview this past week, the president remarkably asserted that, in his first term, he has gotten all the policy right. His only mistake was not telling a good enough story to the ...
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Gambler-in-Chief

Imagine if the Romney campaign had shown the poor judgment to snare this slogan. The media would have had a field day with Wall Street’s wagering, turning the economy into a giant casino; with ...
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Time's Foroohar: 'I'm Actually Sad' That We're 'Talking About Taxes'

Appearing as a panel member on Sunday's Face the Nation on CBS, Time magazine's Rana Foroohar - assistant managing editor in charge of economics and business - lamented that she was "sad" at how ...
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Networks Lead With Calling Obama’s Tax Hike a ‘Tax Cut’

President’s plan would raise taxes on wealthy in 2013, and everyone after one year, but ABC, CBS and NBC favor tax-cut talk.
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Start the Bleeding!

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AFL-CIO Goes All-In with Occupy

The AFL-CIO has not been bashful about its support for the Occupy Wall Street protesters. And the union giant recently posted an article by Tula Connell hyping a booklet entitled “Economics 101 ...
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Occupy-Loving Washington Post Pushes Furnishings for the 1 Percent

‘House Calls’ section recommends room makeovers costing thousands of dollars.
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Buffett Rule

The Buffett Rule

Senate Rejects ‘Buffett Rule,’ Despite Networks’ Promotion of ‘Tax Reform’

Nearly 70 percent of stories on millionaires tax include ‘fair’ talk;  only 8 percent mention ‘politics of envy.’
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