Regulation

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Networks Forget JPMorgan Chase CEO Dimon Used to be Close Friends with Obama

Fair-weather friend Obama distances himself from Dimon once trouble arises. 
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CNN’s Alina Cho Finds ‘Good Argument’ for Bloomberg’s Sugary Drink Ban

Cho shows sickening video of man ‘drinking a tall glass of fat,’ but mentions zero opposition to NYC mayor’s food police proposal.
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NBC Uses Faltering Facebook IPO to Promote Occupy Rhetoric and Government Regulation

Following a report on Wednesday's NBC Nightly News about the dropping value of Facebook's initial public stock offering and possible investigations into what went wrong, anchor Brian Williams ...
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Credit Card Rules Limiting Access for Stay-at-home Moms

CNN Money reports on an unintended consequence of Obama regulation the media didn’t see coming and left touted as ‘lifeboat’ for consumers.
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NBC Seizes On JPMorgan Losses to Promote Dem Calls For Regulation

Dutifully doing its part to find any excuse to expand government regulation, NBC News on Monday and Tuesday immediately touted Democratic efforts to exploit a $2 billion loss of private money ...
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NBC: Obesity 'No Longer a Question of Individual Responsibility,' Government Must Act

Touting new recommendations from an Institute of Medicine panel on obesity on Tuesday's NBC Nightly News, science correspondent Robert Bazell proclaimed to viewers: "...a sea change in how we ...
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Environmental Persecution Agency

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This Thanksgiving, Media Still Stuffed with Food Police Message

Media outlets maintain tradition with anti-obesity reporting heavy on calls for food regulation, taxation, with a side of shaming the overweight.

To the Rescue! 'Obama Tries to Speed Response To Shortages in Vital Medicines'

"...Mr. Obama's order and others he has issued recently reflect his belief in the power of government to improve people's lives. By contrast, top Republican legislators and presidential candidates ...
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