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Major Papers 15-1 against For-Profit Education

New York Times, USA Today, LA Times echo liberal attacks.
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‘Starstruck’ Actress ‘Cried’ When She Met ‘Icon’ Hillary Clinton

“What really gets” actress Chloe Grace Moretz “going” is Hillary Clinton, a USA Today reporter discovered in meeting her for a profile piece on the 17-year-old star of If I Stay, the movie which ...
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Networks Ignore 'Unpatriotic' Tax Decisions of Obama Donors

President condemns tax ‘inversions,’ yet profits from them politically.
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USA Today Editorial Calls for Lower Corporate Taxes

Newspaper’s view says to keep companies here, ‘write a rational tax code.’
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Networks Refuse to Cover Christian Cities in Iraq Falling to ISIS; CNN’s Cuomo Calls Story 'Largely Underreported'

On Thursday, the al Qaeda spinoff group the Islamic State seized numerous towns in northern Iraq that are home to much of the country’s minority Christian population, sending tens of thousands of ...
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Here Come The Indian Mascot Killers

Reporters pretend that everyone is represented by the Indian radicals who see racism in every fan who loves their Indian mascot.
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CBS, NBC Refuse to Cover News DOJ to Investigate Lost IRS E-Mails; ABC Gives News Measly 22 Seconds

Both CBS This Morning and NBC’s Today chose to ignore the latest news in the IRS scandal Thursday morning that the Department of Justice (DOJ) will be investigating the disappearance and ...
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Andrea Mitchell: VA Scandal 'Far More Serious' Than Obama's Other 'So-Called Scandals'

On her Friday 12 p.m. ET hour MSNBC show, host Andrea Mitchell joined fellow media liberals Stephen Colbert and Chris Matthews in labeling the VA scandal the first real scandal of the Obama ...
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Lecturing Republicans: "Admit Reality" and Stop Pushing for ObamaCare Repeal

In spite of a dysfunctional Web site and millions of Americans who have lost their health insurance and/or face higher premiums and sky-high deductibles, the media crown President Obama "the ...
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USA Today Echoes Occupy Wall Street

Paper uses high CEO wages to argue workers aren’t getting paid enough.
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