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Ken Burns Excuses Media Covering Up 'Distracting' 'Gotcha Things' for JFK and FDR

In an interview with Ken Burns on Sunday's web-based Meet the Press feature Press Pass, moderator Chuck Todd asked the historian and film-maker about his PBS documentary on the Roosevelts: "It's ...
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Conservative Author Launches Biting Graphic Novel on New Deal

Amity Shlaes continues to refute FDR’s legacy, urges conservatives to embrace new medium.
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Doris Kearns-Goodwin: Excusing Affairs Only Way to Get 'Best People in Public Life,' Like FDR and Clinton

Appearing on Sunday's NBC Meet the Press, liberal historian Doris Kearns-Goodwin pleaded for the American people to excuse extramarital affairs of public figures like David Petraeus: "What ...

Timothy Egan on Barack Obama, Savior of Capitalism

Former reporter Timothy Egan on Barack Obama, martyr for the free market: "For no matter your view of President Obama, he effectively saved capitalism. And for that, he paid a terrible political ...

Obama Presides Over Most Jobs Lost Since 1940

News media have spun rising 2009 unemployment positively, but more than 4 million lost jobs tops post-World War II high.

Obama "Supporters" (and Times Reporters) Compare Obama to Lincoln & FDR

Reporter Peter Baker: "President Obama had not even taken office before supporters were etching his likeness onto Mount Rushmore as another Abraham Lincoln or the second coming of Franklin D. ...

Krugman Garners Newsweek Cover for Left-Wing Criticism of Obamanomics

News magazine fawns over Nobel Prize-winning Times columnist; wonders 'what if he's right?'

Rep. Frank: New FDR-style New Deal Financial Regulations by Summer

House Financial Services chair declares major changes coming within six months; Host Rachel Maddow surprised her show 'made some news.'

'Bulls & Bears' Guest Can't Find Example of Stimulus Success

Talk radio host and stimulus bill proponent Leslie Marshall was asked, but couldn't name an economic recovery linked to stimulus.

Krugman's Obama Would be Like 'Franklin Delano'

Nobel Prize winning economist has devoted over half his post-election columns to urging Obama to act like FDR, or promoting New Deal-style stimulus.
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