4/10/2012 9:37 PM ET
“It’ll probably work politically,” The Weekly Standard’s
Stephen Hayes observed of President Obama’s “fairness”-based “Buffett
Rule” tax hike quest, “but don’t reporters have a job to do ...
4/9/2012 6:38 PM ET
On Monday's CBS This Morning host Charlie Rose tossed Sen. Chuck Schumer
(D-N.Y.) a softball on whether he believes higher taxes on millionaires
would create jobs, but the senator only chose ...
3/30/2012 8:20 AM ET
Here is a simple story any news media type could manage or a candidate like Governor Romney should be able to tell.
3/29/2012 10:07 PM ET
CBS This Morning on Thursday gave New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg a platform to boost his pro-gun control agenda. Anchors Erica Hill and Charlie Rose tossed softball questions at the ...
3/20/2012 3:06 PM ET
Charlie Rose surprised Rep. Paul Ryan on Tuesday's CBS This Morning by promoting the latest smear from the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee. Rose displayed their fake horror-movie ...
3/20/2012 10:14 AM ET
Apparently, Grover Norquist and the Republican Party are to blame for
the rising debt, according to CNN's Fareed Zakaria. In his Sunday
interview with Norquist, Zakaria argued that the GOP ...
2/22/2012 7:44 PM ET
On Wednesday's CBS This Morning, Charlie Rose promoted a talking point used by liberals, including President Obama, that Warren Buffett and other billionaires want their taxes raised. After ...
1/27/2012 4:53 PM ET
In what amounted to a love letter to California's Democratic Governor Jerry Brown on Thursday's NBC Nightly News, special correspondent Tom Brokaw gushed: "It's not sunshine every day for the ...
1/26/2012 9:46 AM ET
"The secretary speaks," ABC fill-in anchor David Muir excitedly teased at the top of Wednesday's World News, "billionaire investor Warren Buffett and his secretary, who pays a much-higher tax rate ...
1/25/2012 6:28 PM ET
President Obama has called for the "Buffett Rule" - higher taxes on millionaires - and CNN helped him make his case Wednesday afternoon by airing his spin and interviewing a guest who agreed with him.