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‘Irritated’ Former Shell CEO Slams Obama on Keystone

John Hofmeister calls pipeline approval a 'no brainer decision,' criticizes 'broken political process.'
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CBS Marvels at Obama's TV Binge Watching: 'He's A Lot Like Us'

Acting like the White House press office, Tuesday's CBS This Morning devoted a 3-minute report to President Obama's habit of binge watching his favorite TV shows, with correspondent Bill ...
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NBC Skips Gaffes By Rich Obama Donors Turned Ambassadors, CBS and ABC Tout 'Controversy'

In 2014, one wealthy Obama donor after another has been rewarded with ambassadorships to strategically important countries. Yet, NBC has skipped the embarrassing details of these men and women and ...
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CNN Touts Obama's 'Victory Lap' on ObamaCare Numbers, But Ignores Concern from Insurers

CNN gave a prime exhibition of lazy journalism on Friday's The Situation Room when it touted Obama's "victory lap" because of "new ObamaCare enrollment numbers" without fact-checking ...
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Networks Yawn at Claim of 'Significant Decline' in Press Freedom in U.S. Under Obama

ABC, CBS, and NBC's morning and evening newscasts have so far punted on reporting the strong critique of the Obama administration's "disturbing retreat from democratic practices" with regard to ...
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Ed Schultz Slimes Grover Norquist: May Be ‘Race Baiting’ With Anti-Obama Union Ads

It wouldn’t be MSNBC if one of the cable hosts didn’t smear a conservative as racist. On Wednesday, Ed Schultz hinted that Grover Norquist, the head of Americans for Tax Reform, might be “race ...
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Krugman: How Do I Love Spending Your Money? Let Me Count The Ways

Nobel Prize winning economist calls for increase in government spending 133 times.
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NBC, CBS Gossip Over Obama's Fancy State Dinner, Only ABC Questions Cost

All three morning shows on Wednesday hyped Barack Obama's elaborate state dinner with French President Francois Hollande, but only ABC wondered about the dinner's cost. Instead, NBC's Today and ...
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Networks Promote Wage Hikes, Ignore Critics in 89 Percent of Stories

Even when broadcasts mention opposition, they undermine it.
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Networks Ignore Possible Unconstitutionality of Obama's Extending Another Employer Mandate Delay

On Monday evening’s newscasts, none of the networks recognized the controversy of President Obama possibly acting outside the Constitution to delay ObamaCare’s employer mandate. The ...
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