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E.J.Dionne

MSNBC Touts Washington Post Columnist 'Taking Apart' GOP Budget Argument by Claiming U.S. 'Not Broke'

On Wednesday's Andrea Mitchell Reports on MSNBC, fill-in host Norah O'Donnell spoke with liberal Washington Post columnist E.J. Dionne about his claim that the United States is "not broke," but ...

Americans Reject Role of Politics in Shooting, CBS's Couric Still Frets Over Rhetoric

Introducing a segment on Tuesday's CBS Evening News, anchor Katie Couric acknowledged the latest CBS News poll showing that 57% of Americans do not believe heated political rhetoric had anything ...

Intolerant GOP Watch: Bennett's Loss in Utah a 'Damn Outrage,' Says Disgusted 'Conservative' Columnist Brooks

"This is a damn outrage, a disgusted David Brooks, the faux conservative columnist for the Times, declared on Sunday's Meet the Press reacting to Republican Senator Bob Bennett's loss Saturday at ...

Bennett's Loss in Utah a 'Damn Outrage,' 'Non-Violent Coup,' Part of Larger Intolerant GOP Narrative

"This is a damn outrage," a disgusted David Brooks declared on Sunday's Meet the Press reacting to Republican Senator Bob Bennett's loss at Utah's GOP convention. Brooks fretted he was punished ...

President Endorses 'Health Care' Bill and Violates Tax Pledge

House bill includes tax hikes on people making less than $250,000; networks say nothing.

'We're Going to Have to Have More Stimulus, More Spending,' Donaldson Contends

Friday's report on October, two old hands in the Washington press corps appeared on Sunday morning shows where they asserted that means we need another stimulus bill and/or the problem is the ...

Networks Barely Report 'Stealth' Push for 'Second Stimulus'

Stories mostly ignore failure of Obama's $787 billion stimulus to halt rising unemployment, continue to give credit for saving or creating jobs.

Dear Wash. Post: 'Antigovernment ideologues' and Stimulus

E. J. Dionne is wrong, many economists opposed stimulus spending.
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