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'Today' Slams Citi for Trying to Switch from Bonuses to Salary Hikes

NBC uses 'greed' clip from well-known anti-'Wall Street' film, unemployed Michigan woman to criticize banks return to profitability.

Prominent Times Op-Ed A Real Riot

An inflammatory op-ed in the Sunday Week in Review wants people "storming angrily into the streets" over the banking bailouts.

Fox News Host Beck Slams Connecticut AG: 'You are an Insult to George Washington'

Attorney General Richard Blumenthal admits bonuses are not against the law, but 'should be.'

Despite Calls for Resignation, Media Support Geithner

Networks gloss over Treasury Secretary's shortcomings and defend him in contrast to treatment of Bush's Cabinet.

Liberal Economist Krugman Explains Populist Backlash Will Cause Geithner Plan to Fail

Columnist says restrictions will cause some banks to opt out of TARP program, 'stigmatize' others, and force government intervention.

Times' Liberals Turn Against Obama

Has Obama's "Katrina Moment" arrived? Maybe, says Frank Rich: "A charming visit with Jay Leno won't fix it. A 90 percent tax on bankers' bonuses won't fix it. Firing Timothy Geithner won't fix it. ...

No "Tea Party" Coverage, But Tiny Leftist "Bus Tour" of AIG Homes Gets Ink

The media outnumbered the protestors in a 'bus tour' protest of the homes of AIG employees in affluent Fairfield, Conn. - yet the Times completely ignored a larger protest against Obama's big ...

Times Forgets Sen. Dodd Is a Democrat

There was only one thing missing from the paper's front-page story on the backlash against Sen. Chris Dodd's A.I.G. bonus-guarantees: His Democratic party affiliation.

CNBC Hosts Question Alleged Tax Cheat Rangel's Authority on AIG Retroactive Taxes

'Squawk on the Street' co-host: 'When you talk about violating the public trust, you've had some tax issues of your own.'

Fox Biz 'Happy Hour' Co-Host: 'AIG Bailout Funds Terrorism'

Cody Willard claims if your representatives voted for bailouts or stimulus, 'they're directly responsible for redistributing your money to al-Qaida.'
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