9/27/2010 12:16 PM ET
Reporter Michael Cooper found no one to criticize an "effective" Obama-administration make-work program that paid the salaries of unemployed people for government and private-sector jobs: "Tens of ...
9/20/2010 4:18 PM ET
HuffPo notes newspaper interview in which CNBC reporter calls his famous tea party rant 'best five minutes of my life.'
9/17/2010 1:44 PM ET
'The Daily Rundown' co-host exhibits pattern of behavior by arguing that not raising taxes is 'deficit spending.'
9/17/2010 1:35 AM ET
ABC whored itself out Thursday night to an effort by the White House to prove its "stimulus" spending created a lot of jobs. "Still ahead on World News," an easily impressed Diane Sawyer hyped, ...
9/8/2010 4:28 PM ET
Despite worrisome reports on jobs, GDP, housing and other sectors, reporters continue to spin bad news for Obama.
9/7/2010 2:14 PM ET
On Tuesday's CBS Early Show, co-host Harry Smith touted President Obama's economic proposals and portrayed Republicans as obstructionist: "Obama's new plan. The President proposes to spend $50 ...
8/26/2010 3:52 PM ET
Reporter Michael Grunwald touts long-term benefits of stimulus using White House sales pitch.
8/26/2010 2:36 PM ET
On Thursday's Early Show, CBS invited pro-stimulus economist Mark Zandi to rate the effectiveness of Obama's $862 billion stimulus. "The recession ended about a year ago, in large part because of ...
8/24/2010 8:38 PM ET
CNN's Ali Velshi enthusiastically touted the Obama administration's promotion of "alternative energy" on Tuesday's Newsroom, and advanced the idea that the field would become a major economic ...
8/4/2010 3:48 PM ET
White House made lots of claims about stimulus, including up to 3.6 million private-sector jobs. So far, they are 5.3 million jobs short.