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Fox News Panelists Excoriate "Mortgage Bonfire" Hit Piece on Bush

Fortune Magazine's Washington Bureau Chief Nina Easton: "I have to say I was flabbergasted when I read this story, flabbergasted....You cannot write a story about affordable housing policies and ...

NYT Front-Page Spread Blames Bush for "Mortgage Bonfire"

Two Bush-hostile reporters stack virtually all the blame for the mortgage meltdown on President Bush, despite actions by Congress and the previous Clinton administration.

Fiddlin' Around While Wall Street Burned

Serious economic issues exist, but media should show parts of economy that still function.

Where's the Party (Affiliation)? Democratic Senators Saved from Embarrassment

Democratic Sen. Kent Conrad suffered embarrassment when it turned out he had benefited from a sweetheart mortgage rate from Countrywide Financial, a target of Congressional Democrats. But the ...

House Democrats Aim to "Rescue" Over Half a Million Homeowners

Those wonderful Democrats, battling both Bush and the foreclosure crisis: "Hoping to throw a rescue line to at least half a million families in danger of losing their homes..."

Times Cuts John McCain Coming and Going on Mortgage Stand

McCain changes his tune on mortgages, and the Times takes another bite out of him, again quoting Hillary Clinton comparing him to Hoover and suggesting he sounds uncomfortable talking about the ...

No Criticism for Hillary's $$$ Mortgage Bailout - But McCain Plan "Like Herbert Hoover"

The Times clearly favors Hillary's expensive mortgage bailout plan to McCain's more hands-off approach.

ABC, NBC Continue to Ignore Personal Responsibility for Foreclosures

Four months after CMI released a study on debt coverage,only CBS addresses the character question in mortgage crisis stories.

ABC Addresses 'Moral Hazard' of Government Bailouts

Taxpayer-funded rescues for people facing foreclosure could encourage even greater financial risk-taking.

Government-Sponsored Enron

Billion-Dollar Scandal Not Ready for Prime Time
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