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Network Evening Shows Attack Gun Industry 3 Times More Than Defending It

NBC, ABC and CBS all hostile to firearm companies.
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Five Reasons The Networks Have No Business Covering Business (Or the Economy)

In 2012 alone, from approaching a fiscal cliff to Occupy movement, media proved unable to fairly cover many issues.
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Kochs Open Up to Forbes: ‘We Get Death Threats ...’

Forbes magazine reveals side of the Kochs most media ignore including business philosophy, being targets of left, and philanthropy.
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Washington Post Mag Finds ‘Cash for Clunkers’ Harmed Demolition Derby

Program that spent taxpayer money on new cars was praised by Washington Post and other media in 2009.
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Soledad O'Brien Defends Stimulus: 'Didn't That to a Large Degree Help the Economy?'

CNN's Soledad O'Brien defended the stimulus bill on Monday's Starting Point, calling it a "big thing" that President Obama accomplished and adding that police officers and firefighters kept ...
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NBC Desperately Scrambles to Claim Romney Told Olympians 'You Didn't Build That'

In an article for NBCNews.com's First Read on Monday, Domenico Montanaro eagerly proclaimed to readers: "Mitt Romney has criticized President Obama for his 'you didn't build that' line, when it ...
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CNN Four Days Late to Obama's Infamous 'You Didn't Build That' Remark

Four days after President Obama insulted job creators by asserting "If you've got a business, you didn't build that; somebody else made that happen," CNN finally reported the controversial ...
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Eric Lichtblau of NYTimes Tries Guilt by Association to Tie Wal-Mart to Trayvon Martin Shooting

Times tries guilt by association to tie Wal-Mart to the Trayvon Martin shooting: "....Wal-Mart was involved at least indirectly in the formulation of a controversial gun policy that was pushed ...

NYTimes Tries to Make Hay Out of High CEO Pay, Admits Its Example is 'Extreme' (and Shareholder-Approved)

Natasha Singer's front-page Business section expose on the alleged scandal of oversized CEO pay, "A Rich Game of Thrones – C.E.O. Pay Gains May Have Slowed, But the Numbers Are Still Numbing," ...
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