Income Inequality

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Russell Brand Connects Income Inequality to Ferguson

$20 million far-left actor also promotes wealth redistribution, claims U.S. and U.K. governments are ‘run for corporations.’
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NBC Hypes Far-Left Russell Brand and His ‘Big Thoughts on Big Issues’

On Monday's NBC’s Today, Matt Lauer interviewed far-left actor Russell Brand and gave him ample opportunity to promote his new book and what Lauer described as his “big thoughts on big issues,” ...
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PBS Promotes Obama’s Claim Economy Is Improved ‘By Every Economic Measure’; Lou Dobbs Proves Otherwise

Following President Obama’s speech on the economy on Thursday, the PBS NewsHour offered a 48-second news brief on the subject, in which co-anchor Gwen Ifill offered no opposing viewpoint to the ...
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ABC, NBC Ignore Biden's Savings Account Fib, While CBS Hosts Dismiss Its Importance

CBS This Morning was the only broadcast network show on Monday evening or Tuesday morning that looked into Vice President Joe Biden's claims that he did not have any stocks or bonds or a savings ...
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Media Millionaires: 6 Wealthy Journalists Whine about Income Inequality

Despite their incredible wealth, anchors promote liberal views on taxes, wealth and income.
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Multi-Millionaire Brian Williams Lectures Viewers on Income Inequality

On Monday's NBC Nightly News, anchor Brian Williams – who reportedly earned $13 million a year in 2012 – quoted Karl Marx while hyping a new report on global income disparity: "...the staggering ...
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NYT's Lowrey Again Uses Favorite Unlabeled Left-Wing Economist to Claim Vast Income Inequality

New York Times economics reporter (and wife of left-wing blogger Ezra Klein) Annie Lowrey again touts the resume of a "respected" left-wing economist who loves huge tax hikes and a higher minimum ...
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Nicholas Kristof's Kindergarten Liberalism: U.S. Rich Like Greedy Kid With 'Mountain of Toys for Himself'

Nicholas Kristof's childish liberalism: "Imagine a kindergarten with 100 students, lavishly supplied with books, crayons and toys. Yet you gasp: one avaricious little boy is jealously guarding a ...
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NYT's Eduardo Porter Fears Inequality Will Lead to 'Hereditary Plutocracy,' Plugs Occupy Wall Street

Eduardo Porter laments: "Americans have never been too worried about the income gap. The gap between the rich and the rest has been much wider in the United States than in other developed ...

CNN's Roberts: Obama's $162,100 Senate salary 'modest'

Perhaps anchor should announce his earnings along with candidate's reported income.
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