Spending

CNN's Velshi Gushes Over Obama Administration's Green Energy Push

CNN's Ali Velshi enthusiastically touted the Obama administration's promotion of "alternative energy" on Tuesday's Newsroom, and advanced the idea that the field would become a major economic ...

What? G.O.P. Misses Liberal Sen. Chafee's 'Traditional Notion of Fiscal Responsibility'

New York Times writer Matt Bai salutes political hero Lincoln Chafee, liberal Republican senator turned independent candidate for governor of Rhode Island, for his "more traditional notion of ...

What? G.O.P. Misses Liberal Sen. Chafee's 'Traditional Notion of Fiscal Responsibility'

Matt Bai salutes political hero Lincoln Chafee, liberal Republican senator turned independent candidate for governor of Rhode Island, for his "more traditional notion of fiscal responsibility" and ...

On Independence Day, CBS Frets Congress Becoming 'Paralyzed' Over 'Fear of the Deficit'

West coast viewers got to see a July 4 CBS Evening News interim "report card" on Congress's performance so far. Under the headline of "unfinished business," correspondent Wyatt Andrews and his ...

Media Defend Obama's Call for More Spending, Despite G-20 'Rift'

Krugman, ABC and others warn of double-dip recession, 'third depression' if stimulus ends.

Santelli's Simple Answer to Deficit: 'Stop Spending, Stop Spending, Stop Spending!'

CNBC CME Group floor reporter argues with senior economics reporter Steve Liesman that government can't tax the nation into prosperity.

Times Promotes NJ Student Walkout As 'Silent Call to Arms'

Reporter Winnie Hu continues to push against New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's fight against the teachers' unions: The protest offered "a real-life civics lesson that unfolded on lawns, sidewalks, ...

Taking the Teachers' Unions Side in New Jersey: 'Radical' Cuts to Schools on the Way

New Jerseyans, angry at the stubbornness of the teachers' unions for refusing to accept wage freezes during a recession, voted down NJ school budgets. Reporter Winnie Hu takes the side of the ...

Media Confusion: Why the Protest? Not High Taxes, but Government Expansion

'Tax Enough Already' movement isn't necessarily upset over increasing taxes, but 'other side of the coin,' as in the growth of government, says CNBC's Rick Santelli.
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