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Not Very 99 Percent: Singer Mariah Carey Shows Off Her 28 Shelves of Shoes

Artist supported lefty crusaders for equality, including MoveOn.org, President Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton.
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New Anti-American Show Praised by USA Network President

Chris McCumber calls upcoming series, Mr. Robot, ‘timely and relevant.' 
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The View from His Helicopter: Matt Lauer's Worst Moments of Wealth Hypocrisy

On Wednesday, the New York Post reported that in addition to Matt Lauer's $20 million annual salary, NBC News recently agreed to start flying the Today co-host back and forth from work to his ...
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NBC Discovers Hypocrisy of Michael Moore's Wealth; Used Him to Bash Wall Street in Past

On Wednesday, NBC's Today offered a surprising full report on "filmmaker and liberal activist" Michael Moore tarnishing his "blue-collar, anti-capitalist image" after it was revealed during ...
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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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Kochs Open Up to Forbes: ‘We Get Death Threats ...’

Forbes magazine reveals side of the Kochs most media ignore including business philosophy, being targets of left, and philanthropy.
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NBC's Alexander to Romney Sons: 'Are You Out of Touch?'

In an interview with Mitt Romney's five sons aired on Thursday's NBC Rock Center, campaign correspondent Peter Alexander took a jab at the family's wealth: "Their life of privilege, plus a ...
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'Chorus of Democrats' and NBC Want to Make Romney Wealth a 'Central Issue' in Campaign

In a report on Monday's NBC Today that could have been written by the Obama campaign, correspondent Peter Alexander helpfully touted the Democratic line of attack against Mitt Romney: "...pictures ...
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Networks Target Romney’s Wealth 13 Times More Than Richer Sen. Kerry

2004 Democratic candidate married to Heinz heiress, far wealthier than his 2012 counterpart.
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NBC's Curry Rants: It's 'Fundamentally Unfair' Some Have More Money Than Others

In a supposed discussion of financial ethics with left-wing Harvard professor Michael Sandel on Wednesday's NBC Today, co-host Ann Curry decried people being able to pay more money to get ...
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