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MSNBC's Tamron Hall: Part of Business Community Has 'In Some Ways Demonized' Obama Administration

Tamron Hall was joined by her MSNBC colleague Dylan Ratigan on the January 19 edition of News Nation in condemning some members of corporate America for the way they have "demonized" the Obama ...

The NY Times Plugs Maoist Tourist Spot in China: 'Red Is Far From Dead'

Um, hooray? New York Times reporter Edward Wong reports on a Maoist tourist spot in China where "young professionals...rekindle their long-lost sense of class struggle and proletarian principles." ...

Times Plugs Maoist Tourist Spot in China: 'Red Is Far From Dead'

Um, hooray? Edward Wong reports on a Maoist tourist spot in China where "young professionals...rekindle their long-lost sense of class struggle and proletarian principles." The millions wiped out ...

Tom Friedman Mocks U.S. Concern Over Civil Liberties in Latest Paean to Beijing

Again praising China, Thomas Friedman mocks American concern for civil liberties: "They fight over things like - we are not making this up - how and where an airport security officer can touch them."

Late-Term Forced Abortions Exposed on Chinese 'Twitter'

China's version of the social media phenomenon uncovered news of an expectant-mother's gruesome abuse.

Lefty Crackpot Theory: Chinese Dictators Funneling Cash into Campaigns for Overseas Jobs

Radio host/MSNBC regular Mike Papantonio claims Sharron Angle, Michele Bachmann have secret donors with job-exporting agendas.

Friedman Chided for Idealizing China - By the Chinese

Thomas Friedman: "Some of my Chinese friends chide me for overidealizing China. I tell them: 'Guilty as charged.'"

Dear NY Times: Is Krugman a Luddite?

If China's monetary policy hurts American employment by lowering cost of goods, wouldn't better U.S. technology also hurt jobs because they lower cost and labor needs?

Jack Welch: China Overtaking USA in Manufacturing Much Ado about Nothing

Former GE CEO explains the Asian power produces low-end goods not essential for economic dominance.

China Investing Estimated $200 Billion in 'Imperialistic' Military to Rival U.S., Warns Pentagon Sr. Strategist

Retired Army lieutenant colonel says Chinese navy is switching from 'a defensive navy' to 'an aggressive overseas navy,' with estimated ship count of 260 ships versus 286 U.S. ships.
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