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Soledad O'Brien Finds the Positive In 14.6 Percent Underemployment

After the last jobs report before the election, CNN's Soledad O'Brien tried to be positive even with high underemployment and unemployment rates. On Friday's Starting Point, she ridiculously ...
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4 Out of 5 Investors Say Romney Presidency Would Be Better for Market, Economy

Barron’s: Despite left’s predications of end of world if GOP candidate wins, investors hopeful new prez could turn things around.
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Upside Down Economics

Despite much better economy, networks blamed President Bush more than President Obama for financial troubles.  
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NY Times Called Bush’s 2.7% GDP a ‘Letdown,’ But Obama’s Lower GDP a ‘Steady Improvement’

The leftist bias of the New York Times beautifully encapsulated in seven words used about a week before two presidential elections. Headline over Saturday’s editorial on the third quarter GDP ...
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NY Times Called Bush’s 2.7% GDP a ‘Letdown,’ But Obama’s Lower GDP a ‘Steady Improvement’

The leftist bias of the New York Times beautifully encapsulated in seven words used about a week before two presidential elections. Headline over Saturday’s editorial on the third quarter ...
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Economy Would Have Been Worse Without Obama, Networks Conclude

In 2009 alone, networks say 9-to-1 that economy was better because of president.
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A 'Yawning Gap Between the Haves and the Have-Nots,' Laments a New York Times 'News' Story

Times economics reporter Annie Lowrey writes like a liberal op-ed writer: "The yawning gap between the haves and the have-nots -- and the political questions that gap has raised about the plight ...
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Anderson Cooper Relies on 'Assumptions' to Debase Romney Tax Plan

CNN's Anderson Cooper cited the liberal Tax Policy Center debunking Mitt Romney's tax plan on Monday, without noting that one of the authors admitted the plan could still work with different ...

The New York Times on Campaign-Time Jobs Reports: Bush in 2004 vs. Obama in 2012

Hot Air's Ed Morrissey provided some insight into the double standard in the New York Times' coverage of two mediocre September jobs report released on the eve of two presidential elections: ...

The New York Times on Campaign-Time Jobs Reports: Bush in 2004 vs. Obama in 2012

Hot Air's Ed Morrissey provided some insight into the double standard in the New York Times' coverage of two mediocre September jobs report released on the eve of two presidential elections: ...
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