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Liberal Journalists, Lefty Economists Created Occupy Wall Street Mantra

99 vs. 1 percent theme stems from class warfare messaging of lefties, repeated by media outlets including New York Times, PBS and Vanity Fair.

Reuters Editor Shrieks: Tax 'Lucky Sperm Club' to Break 'Landed Gentry'

For Chrystia Freeland, the thought of only taxing wealthy estates 35 percent is "destructive to the fabric of America." The Reuters global editor-at-large went on a ear-piercing tear on the ...

The President Says: You've Got Enough Money.

What if everyone decided he was right?

Dem Congressman: 'Simplistic Notion that People Who Have Wealth are Entitled to Keep It'

Video shows Va. Rep. Moran blasting rich people for having 'an antipathy towards the means of redistributing wealth.'

'World News' Cites Anti-Corporate Flicks in Banking Report

Segment includes populist angle bashing wealthy lifestyles, quotes 'Bonfire of the Vanities' and 'Wall Street.'

'GMA' Adores the Tax-the-Rich Populism of Warren Buffett

Nation's second-richest man is beloved by journalists for his class warfare rhetoric when it comes to 'taxes and fairness.'

Ron Paul Says Federal Reserve 'Robbed' Americans of their Wealth

Texas congressman takes shots at the Federal Reserve during Chairman Bernanke's testimony.

NY Times: Poverty's a Huge Issue, Though We're Better Off Than Ever; Wealth Redistribution is Centrist Policy

NY Times Magazine devotes 21,000 words to warped economic perspective.

CNN's Roberts: Obama's $162,100 Senate salary 'modest'

Perhaps anchor should announce his earnings along with candidate's reported income.

'Desperately Underpaid' Media Attack Another Oil Company Executive

Big pay depicted as a union issue on CNN, but reality shows CEO's stock options earned over 10-year period.
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