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MSNBC's Sharpton Slams 'Stinginess' of Republican 'Grinches'

On the Monday, December 23, PoliticsNation on MSNBC, host Al Sharpton led the show by accusing Republicans of "stinginess" and of being "grinches" because of GOP opposition to a further extension ...
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Networks’ Discussions of Fed Stimulus 91 Percent Positive

ABC, CBS and NBC mostly ignore criticism of quantitative easing and evidence it has done little to stimulate economy.
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MSNBC's Hayes Pushes Hiring More Govt Workers, Jokes 'Let's Just Have Another Census'

On Tuesday's All In on MSNBC, during a discussion of the federal budget and spending on poverty programs, host Chris Hayes suggesting reducing unemployment by having the government hire workers as ...
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St. Louis Fed President: Shutdown ‘Not That Big a Deal’ for Economy

News media touted S&P analysis saying partial closure cost economy $24 billion.
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NBC: Shutdown That Ended Before Halloween May Be 'Grinch That Stole Christmas'

After consistently blaming Republicans for the government shutdown, on Sunday's NBC Nightly News, fill-in anchor Carl Quintanilla warned that while the budget stalemate ended days earlier, ...
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HuffPo Prepares Readers for 'Defaultocalypse'

Bizarre, possible satire encourages debt-ceiling panic, wolf training and stockpiling guns.
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ABC 'World News' Spins For White House On Shutdown, ObamaCare

Monday night’s edition of ABC World News delivered a double dose of advocacy as Diane Sawyer and her team essentially served as a mouthpiece for President Obama’s position on the government ...
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CBS, ABC Positive About Economy Nearly 2-to-1; Fed Disagrees

Two networks focus on good news ahead of Federal Reserve downgraded growth forecast.
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Stephanopoulos Rationalizes Obama’s Economic Failures: ‘It’s Bigger than Washington’

Imagine a major news network anchor, in 1985, telling President Reagan that five years into his presidency rising income inequality wasn’t his fault. Ludicrous, given how the media used the ...
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