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It's 'Clear' to NYT's Calmes: GOP Calls for 'Austerity,' Deficit Reduction 'Is a Drag' on Economy

White House correspondent Jackie Calmes continues to paint the myth of moderate Barack Obama combatting the reckless "austerity" of Republicans: "In all this time, the president has fought ...
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NBC’s Joy-Ann Reid: Only ‘Sane’ Way to Boost Economy is More Spending and Higher Taxes

NBC’s Meet the Press on Sunday brought aboard another lefty whose far-left views are usually only heard on MSNBC, but Joy-Ann Reid, Managing Editor of TheGrio.com, the NBC News site aimed at ...
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NY Times' Latest Liberal Parody of a Headline: 'Recession Worsened Wealth Gap For Races'

So a rising stock market is bad for minorities? New York Times economics reporter Annie Lowrey: "Given the dynamics of the housing recovery and the rebound in the stock market, the wealth gap ...
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Krugman Credits Cali's Comeback to Fighting 'Fanatical' Conservatives on Tax Hikes

California is making a comeback, says New York Times columnist Paul Krugman, and you'll never guess why: "Unemployment in California remains high, but it’s coming down -- and there’s a ...
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NYT's Eduardo Porter Finds Ideal 'Model' for Reducing Pollution: The Great Recession

Economics columnist Eduardo Porter saves the punch line of "A Model for Reducing Emissions" forparagraph nine, when he revealed that the "model" is economic recession: "But the main reasons are ...
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NY Times Calls Tiny Sequestration Cuts to 'Vital' Programs 'the Worst,' Hurtful to Economic Growth

The original online headline to a budget legislation story likely captured what reporters Jonathan Weisman and Annie Lowrey wanted to say: "Plan That Would Spare Vital Programs Is Expected to ...
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Washington Post Despairs Parents of Toddlers Forced to Choose Between Food and....Tattoos

A lengthy – 3,500 word – anguished expose on the front page of Sunday’s Washington Post, “Hungering for a new month to begin,” about how people in Woonsocket, Rhode Island race to the grocery ...
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NY Times Lead Story Warns That Overblown Sequestration 'Could Put a Stop' to Job Growth

Fear the fizzled sequester, Nelson Schwartz and Binyamin Appelbaum warn in the lead slot of the Times: "The economy picked up speed in February, creating jobs at a pace that would substantially ...
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At the end of the tunnel

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