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NBC: How Much Will Romney's Business Experience 'Hurt' Him in 'Anti-Wall Street Occupy Climate'?

Talking to MSNBC host Dylan Ratigan on Monday's NBC Today, co-host Ann Curry portrayed one of Mitt Romney's strength's as a weakness: "How vulnerable do you think Mitt Romney could be in ...

Brian Williams Recites Mockery of CNBC Guest Who Criticized Obama

Brian Williams could not suppress his smirk Tuesday night as he took a shot at a guest who had appeared earlier that day on CNBC. Businessman Ken Langone said President Obama's anti-business ...

CNN's Yellin Touts Wealthy Who Want Higher Taxes

CNN's Jessica Yellin, reporting on President Obama's virtual townhall Monday afternoon, noted two wealthy persons who wish to pay higher taxes ' but didn't mention the small businessman who during ...

George Soros: Media Mogul: Executive Summary

Lefty Businessman Spends Millions Funding Journalism

It's the Economy, Stupids!

Time for media, Obama and Congress to wake up and smell the gloom and doom.

The Speech I Skipped

Even without listening it was clear the president would call for more spending, more government and more taxes.

CBS's Early Show Touts Obama's 'Olive Branch' to Business, Ignores Administration's Expansion of Regulation

At the top of Tuesday's CBS Early Show, co-host Erica Hill cheered President Obama's supposedly pro-business move of speaking at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce on Monday: "Obama's olive branch. The ...

CBS 'Early Show': 'Centrist' Bill Daley Means White House 'Open for Business'

Friday's CBS Early Show praised the pick of former Commerce Secretary William Daley as the new chief of staff for the Obama White House, with senior White House correspondent Bill Plante ...

The Top 10 Economic Myths of 2010

Journalists' tall tales included praising GM for 'keeping faith' with taxpayers, comparing soda to cocaine, and attacking the Chamber of Commerce over baseless 'foreign money' claims.

Media Can't Decide Whether Espionage is Journalism

Clueless journalists seem more concerned about own careers than America's best interests.
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