Unemployment Below 9 Percent 'Bolsters Recovery Hopes' in 2011, But Little 'Consolation' in 1983

New York Times very downbeat in Reagan's day, despite much bigger monthly drop in jobless rate than February 2011.

Stimulus Two Years Later, Networks Ignore Obama's Failed Job Promise

Eight percent unemployment prediction rarely made broadcast evening news.

Despite GOP Sweep, Liberals Make Tax, Spending Decisions in Lame Duck Session

Mountain of legislation awaits Congress; taxes, unemployment, Medicare and more may be addressed.


Networks twist unemployment reports to boost Obama, bash Bush.

The Media's Top 10 Worst Economic Myths of 2009

From jobs 'saved or created,' to stimulus saving the economy, to 'deficit neutral' health care reform; here are ten biggest stories the media got wrong this year.

Networks Flip Flop on Jobs

Identical Unemployment Numbers Good News for Obama, But All Bad under Reagan.

ABC Offers Tips to Secure the Job You'll Probably Lose Anyway

Morning scare-fest warns many jobs are in danger, suggests securing your position by boasting, kissing up.

CBS Seeking 'Irreverent,' 'Hip' Journalist for Eco-Beat (No Knowledge Required)

Job advertisement seeking 'wicked smart, funny, irreverent and hip, oozing enthusiasm and creative energy.'

Labor Day on 'Lou Dobbs' Features (Surprise!) Union Leaders

Two 'experts' criticize American middle class compensation and completely ignore the positive aspects of American de-unionization.

In Financial Times Interview, Barney Frank Says Business and Government Should 'Help' Each Other

Democratic House financial services committee chairman pushes for economic 'equity' over freedom and prosperity.
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