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MSNBC's Ed Schultz Praises Germany: 'Here's Some Good Socialism!'

Liberal MSNBC anchor Ed Schultz could barely contain himself on Thursday as he gushed over Germany's "socialism." The country officially scrapped tuition fees and this sent Schultz into a fit of ...
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People’s Climate March Gets 4.5 Times as Much Network Attention as March for Life

Broadcast networks also ignore radical anti-capitalists, socialist backers and calls for ‘revolution’ at climate march.
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Four Outrageous Celebrity Supporters of Venezuelan Socialism

Hollywood elites praise socialist leaders Hugo Chávez and Nicolás Maduro, but Venezuelans’ revolt.
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HuffPo Live Celebrates OWS on Two-Year Anniversary

Interviews reveal occupiers’ extremism that was often ignored by news media.
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Rumsfeld: ‘Entrepreneurs and Business Owners Improve the Lives of Their Fellow Citizens’

George W. Bush’s Secretary of Defense defends capitalism, slams socialism in his new book.
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This May Day: Media Fail to Acknowledge Any Downside of Socialism

More than 100 million deaths because of socialism, networks ignore them
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At the end of the tunnel

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NY Times Reporter: US Should Back Up Pride in 'Family Values,' Require Paid Family Leave

No, not Papua New Guinea! Personal finance reporter Tara Siegel Bernard: "It is no secret that when it comes to paid parental leave, the United States is among the least generous in the world, ...
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NYTimes Reporter: US Should Back Up Pride in 'Family Values,' Require Paid Family Leave

No, not Papua New Guinea! Personal finance reporter Tara Siegel Bernard: "It is no secret that when it comes to paid parental leave, the United States is among the least generous in the world, ...
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Former Times Economics Reporter Mistrusts Free Market: "Health Care And Profits, A Poor Mix"

NYT's Eduardo Porter, who previously covered economics as a reporter for the paper, showed his mistrust of the market to provide vital services like adequate health care and pensions, ...
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