Occupy Wall Street

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Five Reasons The Networks Have No Business Covering Business (Or the Economy)

In 2012 alone, from approaching a fiscal cliff to Occupy movement, media proved unable to fairly cover many issues.
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NBC Uses Hurricane Sandy Aftermath to Promote Occupy Wall Street

In a transparent effort to yet again applaud the left-wing Occupy Wall Street movement on Tuesday's NBC Nightly News, anchor Brian Williams introduced the broadcast's Making a Difference segment ...
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'Robin Hood Tax' Gains Support of Soros, Moyers, Tides and Media

 OWS promotes 'tax on rich corporations' supported by dozens of liberal groups. 
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NYT: Occupy Propaganda Doc Is 'Calm and Smart,' But Movie Criticizing Teachers Unions Has 'Political Agenda in Overdrive'

The New York Times liberal movie critic A.O. Scott predictably dislikes "Don't Back Down," which is critical of teachers' unions, seeing in it "a political agenda in overdrive." Yet a review of an ...
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NYTimes Ponders 'Moral Vacuity' of Rich Elite While Running Stories on $300,000 Cars and Luxury Dog Houses

Hypocrisy alert: Times writer Ginia Bellafante laments the lack of a pop culture backlash to the "moral vacuity" of "the moneyed class," while her paper panders to that same moneyed class with ...
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New York Times Again Embraces Occupy Wall Street Propaganda...in a Theatre Review

Every edition of the Times provides more evidence how deeply the leftism of Occupy Wall Street has seeped into its collective consciousness. This time there was an arbitrary reference to one ...
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NYT's Laudatory Occupy Wall Street Anniversary Coverage Vindicates Public Editor's Concerns

Times reporter Colin Moynihan: "In the weeks that followed, a signature phrase used by the protesters to refer to themselves, 'the 99 percent,' became part of the political lexicon, and the ...
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Departing Public Editor Brisbane Laments Progressive 'Hive' of 'Like Minds' at New York Times

Arthur Brisbane, New York Times public editor, takes a parting shot at the paper's hive-mind progressivism on political issues: "Across the paper’s many departments, though, so many share a ...
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Departing Public Editor Brisbane Laments Progressive 'Hive' of 'Like Minds' at New York Times

Arthur Brisbane, public editor, takes a parting shot at the paper's hive-mind progressivism on political issues: "Across the paper’s many departments, though, so many share a kind of political ...
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