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Front-Page NYTimes Story Faults 'White Gentrifiers' Helping Victims of Sandy, Quotes 'Bitter' Help Recipients

Oh, no, white people helping! Times reporter Sarah Maslin Nir faults the "white gentrifiers" helping victims of Hurricane Sandy: "As volunteers with the makeshift relief efforts have applied ...
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Occupying the Classroom: NYU to Offer Class in Occupy Wall Street

Media's favorite protest to become a college course, despite irony of OWS classroom walk outs and protests of student loans.

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.

Despite GOP Sweep, Liberals Make Tax, Spending Decisions in Lame Duck Session

Mountain of legislation awaits Congress; taxes, unemployment, Medicare and more may be addressed.

Obama the Tax Cutter: A Network Fairy Tale

Despite Obama's tax hikes and campaign against 'tax cuts' for the wealthy, broadcast evening news shows portray president as taxcutters' champion.

Obama the Tax Cutter: A Network Fairy Tale: Executive Summary

Despite Obama's tax hikes and campaign against 'tax cuts' for the wealthy, broadcast evening news shows portray president as taxcutters' champion.

The Media's Top 10 Worst Economic Myths of 2009

From jobs 'saved or created,' to stimulus saving the economy, to 'deficit neutral' health care reform; here are ten biggest stories the media got wrong this year.

Media Pit 'Main Street' Against Wall Street

Theme emphasizes a divide between rich and poor, evokes John Edwards's 'two Americas.'

How the Media Stir the Brew of Identity Group Politics

By focusing on race, class and gender voting, journalists are driving us apart, not bringing us together.

Brokaw and Buffett: The Rich Don't Pay Enough

World's third-richest man insists he and other wealthy people aren't paying their fair share when it comes to taxes.
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