Gas Prices Back Above $3, Networks Don't Question Obama Policies

Gas prices are "soaring" again, crossing the $3-a-gallon threshold on Dec. 23 for the first time since Oct. 17, 2008. Back then the benchmark was a relief as prices plunged from the highest price ...

WaPo Editor Shocked by Opposition to No Radish Left Behind

Op-ed blasts conservatives questioning role of government in nutrition.

CNNMoney Misrepresents Rep. Mike Pence's Opposition to Tax Cut Deal

Senior writer claims tax cut deal is 'costliest stimulus, weakest payoff,' cites Congressman in liberal attack on tax cuts.

Networks See Unconstitutional Ruling as 'Setback,' Not 'Victory for Liberty'

Evening and morning shows see 'roadblock' for White House, not freedom for citizens, in federal judge's decision insurance mandate is unconstitutional.

Bloomberg BusinessWeek's Eric Pooley: Inhofe 'Was Right' About U.S. Climate Bill

Global warming alarmist admits senator's prediction about cap-and-trade legislation was correct; portrays ClimateGate as step back.

Feds Threatened Citizens United President with Criminal Prosecution Prior to Court Challenge

Plaintiff in Citizens United v. FEC SCOTUS case was warned he would face five years in prison for violating campaign finance laws.

WaPo's Ezra Klein: More Charitable to Give to Policy Think Tanks than Food Banks

Columnist attempts to 'politicize' charity, suggesting government can do more good than traditional charities.

Friedman Admits He Deliberately Exaggerates China Threat

New York Times columnist paints doom and gloom scenario for U.S., place onus on GOP for so-called 'bipartisan' action.

Market to Take 'One Hell of a Hit' in Mid-December if Bush Tax Cuts Expire

Tax specialist Rial Moulton tells CNBC's 'Squawk on the Street' investors will pull money out of markets to avoid taxation hit.

'Explosive' Debt Commission Recommendations Include $961 billion Tax Hikes

But only one of three evening news broadcasts report aggregate tax increase.
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