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To the Washington Post, Bill Clinton is a Man of Character

The article gives an overall impression of a good man wronged, but still fighting for his valiant, equally wronged wife's name and campaign prospects. It's not that the Clintons lack character, ...

Post Finance Columnist Fawns over Hillary Clinton

Michelle Singletary describes Clinton's proposal for taxpayer-funded help to debt-ridden Americans in glowing terms.

Albright Blames Lack of Health Care and Minnesota Bridge Collapse on Iraq War

Former Secretary of State, now working with Hillary Clinton's campaign, tells audience domestic expenditures are suffering because war funding is taking precedence.

NBC Painfully Faces an Inconvenient Truth: Men and Women are Different

In a series on distinctions between the sexes, Nightly News anchor Brian Williams demonstrates how facts can be controversial to the liberal mind.

Will Hyped 'Economic Stimulus' Package Be Tax Relief or Wealth Redistribution?

Media so far downplay critics of rumored plan, fail to ask tough questions about tax relief.

Bernanke Says No Recession; U.S. Economy Will Show 'Resilience' in Long Term

Fed Chairman tells House Budget Committee a stimulus package could be needed to help the economy in the short-term; food and energy prices should 'decelerate.'

TV Critic Alessandra Plays Economic Cassandra

Times TV critic Alessandra Stanley makes another ill-advised foray into sociology: "The gloom [of the show] is understandable, of course. The economy and the political landscape today are weighed ...

'Street Sweetie' Burnett: Jim Cramer 'Certifiably' Crazy

NBC News' favorite economic pundit takes 'crazy pills' according to talk show host Conan O'Brien.

Still Sobbing Over Crackdowns on Illegals

Boo hoo: "She is a homeowner, a taxpayer, a friendly neighbor and an American citizen. Yet because she is married to an illegal immigrant, these days she feels like a fugitive."