Arianna Huffington Exploits Coal Mining Tragedy, Cries for Bigger Government

In the face of contrary evidence, she demonizes business and laments weak regulation.

Messed up in Japan

Does playing a video game based on sexual assault sound like a healthy evening in front of the TV?

Washington Post: Government May Have to Waste Millions of H1N1 Vaccines

Newspaper finds government spent $1.6 billion fighting 'pandemic' one-third as bad as seasonal flu, ignores media exaggeration of swine flu.

Washington Post Ties Iowa Protester to Violence, Even Though He Wasn't

Eli Saslow follows health care protester, links tea party and conservative protests to violence.

Mika Brzezinski's Revelation: Too Much Focus on 'One or Two' Crazies in ObamaCare Aftermath

MSNBC 'Morning Joe' co-host ponders why so much attention has been given to 'certain fringe' members of Tea Party protests.

MSNBC Contributor Equates State Lawsuits Against ObamaCare to Causes of the Civil War

Princeton professor Melissa Harris-Lacewell suggests the Civil War settled federal government's right to dictate health insurance policy was settled by .

Rep. Maxine Waters Calls Protesters 'Teabaggers'

California congresswoman claims their side overcame tea party movement efforts to derail health care reform legislation.

ObamaCare Opponents 'Probably Can't Spell Communism and Socialism' Says CNN's Roland Martin

Network's political analyst takes cheap shot at critics who claim Democratic health care reform measures are not free-market approaches.

MSNBC Lets Dem's False 45,000 'Uninsurance Deaths' Go Unchallenged

Rep. Nadler says 'A No Vote is a Vote to Kill 45,000 American a Year.' Alex Witt goes along.

CNBC's Rick Santelli Blasts Financial Reforms Excluding Fannie, Freddie

Network's CME Group reporter dismayed Dodd's bill doesn't include GSEs, suggests unwinding the two groups.
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