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Networks Echo White House Spin That ObamaCare Won't Cut Jobs

On Tuesday evening, the networks played to the White House spin that ObamaCare won't cut jobs since those expected to move out of full-time work would do so voluntarily. "We got a report today ...
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Jon Stewart Laughs at Nancy Pelosi When She Pleads Ignorance on Failure of Health Care Website

Comedian Jon Stewart grilled House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi over the failure of the ObamaCare website on Thursday night’s Daily Show, and got Pelosi to admit "I don’t know" why the company ...
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$650 Million Later...

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Saturday GMA Devotes 10x More Coverage to De Blasio's Pizza Faux Pas Than ObamaCare News

Some important ObamaCare news broke late on Friday, but Saturday's Good Morning America reduced it to a news brief in the second half of their show. In the first half of the show, they ran a ...
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Star of Showtime Series Delights in Britain’s ‘Amazing...Free Health Care’

Emmy Rossum, the 27-year-old star of Showtime’s Shameless, which had its fourth season debut Sunday night (Jan 12), on Wednesday’s Jimmy Kimmel Live marveled at the “amazing” and “free health ...
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NBC Skips Dire New Warning: ObamaCare Will 'Make Things Worse' in the ER

Of the three major networks, only NBC ignored a major new report with a dire warning about ObamaCare: The President's health care law will likely make things worse in emergency rooms, not better. ...
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Returns

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ABC Touts ObamaCare's Popularity, While NBC Reports Website Problems

For the second straight morning, ABC's Jonathan Karl was merely a White House stenographer when reporting on ObamaCare's year-end deadline, touting enrollment numbers and parroting White House ...
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NBC Goes Easy on ObamaCare, Downplays Gov't Coercion of Insurers

NBC's Today softened any criticism of ObamaCare on Monday at the deadline to purchase health coverage for the new year. White House correspondent Peter Alexander framed long wait times on the ...
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