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New York Times Touts ‘Plain Packaging,’ Downplays Impact of Taxes on Tobacco

Business story supports pro-regulatory position of Times editorial board which attacked tobacco 24 times in two years.
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Giddy Over Prospect of "Royal" Clinton "Dynasty," and Three Cheers for the IRS

ABC's so-called "news" division is thrilled by news that Chelsea Clinton is pregnant, with their on-air journalists fantasizing about a "royal" Clinton "dynasty" and debating whether Hillary ...
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Obamacare Stories Ignore Taxes, Penalties 88 Percent of the Time

Even in tax season, Obamacare-related taxes barely mentioned by evening news shows.
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Networks Hail Bush 41 Getting 'Profile in Courage' Award for Hiking Taxes

All three network evening newscasts on Thursday found time to cheer the JFK Library Foundation announcing former President George H. W. Bush would the 2014 recipient of its annual Profile in ...
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5 Years After: 7 Worst Media Attacks on Tea Party

Journalists call group ‘terrorists,’ ‘racist,’ murderers and more.
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Networks Completely Ignore $70 Billion Puerto Rican Debt Crisis

Instead, ABC, CBS and NBC spend more than 11 minutes on Obama’s new dog.
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Media Millionaires: 6 Wealthy Journalists Whine about Income Inequality

Despite their incredible wealth, anchors promote liberal views on taxes, wealth and income.
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Ex-CNN's Franken Suggests Bloomberg Waging 'Class Warfare Against Everybody But the Super Rich'

Appearing as a panel member on Sunday's Melissa Harris-Perry show on MSNBC, liberal columnist and former CNN correspondent Bob Franken accused those who complain about "class warfare" against the ...
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ABC Spins Obama's 'Grand Bargin': Why Would GOP 'Reject a Tax Cut for Corporations?'

Although most of the evening newscasts on Tuesday and morning shows on Wednesday ignored Barack Obama's plan for a "grand bargain," ABC's Good Morning America covered the latest budget move and ...
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Motor City Madness: Networks Tell Upbeat Story as Detroit Goes Bankrupt

Viewers watching ABC, CBS and NBC over the past year would have seen six times as many upbeat stories about the Motor City economy and recovery, vs. negative stories about the looming fiscal crisis.
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