Mika Brzezinski

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MSNBC’s Halperin on Perry Indictment: ‘This Is the Stupidest Thing I've Seen, I Think, in My Entire Career’

On Monday’s Morning Joe on MSNBC, MSNBC contributor and Managing Editor of Bloomberg Politics Mark Halperin slammed the indictment of Texas Governor Rick Perry (R) by an Austin, Texas-area grand ...
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Media Helpers for White House Summits

Liberal journalists swarmed to help when the Obama White House held a “Working Families Summit” to promote liberal policy.
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Mika Brzezinski Rejects Financial Journalist’s Explanation of Wages

While bashing Walmart, MSNBC host asks for response from CNBC’s Brian Sullivan, scoffs at his answer.
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Once Again, Smearing Arizona; Remember Obama's "Era of Austerity?" Well, It's Over

After six years in which the federal government's public debt exploded by nearly $7 trillion, the Washington Post suggests President Obama has presided over "an era of austerity," even as liberal ...
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Pity the Fool: Celebrate April 1st with 8 Anti-Capitalist Journalists and Entertainers

These media people insult businessmen as ‘evil,’ call for the return of the guillotine and stoke class warfare.
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Seven Millionaire Journalists who Cheer For Higher Taxes

100 years after the income tax liberal anchors still support tax increases.
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Morning Joe Duo: Hurricane Will Halt Romney’s Momentum, Make Obama Look Presidential

Appearing on Monday's NBC Today, MSNBC Morning Joe co-hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski asserted that impending Hurricane Sandy would help Barack Obama in the election, with ...
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NBC: Romney's 'Binders' Comment Shows He 'Doesn't Have Any Leg to Stand On' With Women

Between Wednesday's Nightly News and Thursday's Today, NBC displayed an obsession with the liberal meme of attacking Mitt Romney's "binders full of women" remark during Tuesday's presidential ...
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Bloomberg’s Soda Ban Passes, After Steady Stream of Media Attacks on Soft Drinks

New York City Board of Health approves the mayor’s proposed soda ban in spite of lack of evidence regulation will lower obesity.
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Math Is Hard: People Flee Workforce, But ‘Morning Joe’ Sees ‘Good News’

Crowd in background of MSNBC morning show cheers loudly for 96,000 jobs, lowest labor force participation since Sept. 1981.
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