Networks Fail to Criticize Obama Despite Most Jobs Lost in a Year Since 1940

Reporters omit failure of stimulus, problems counting jobs created or saved from many jobs stories.

Obama Presides Over Most Jobs Lost Since 1940

News media have spun rising 2009 unemployment positively, but more than 4 million lost jobs tops post-World War II high.

Media Go Easy on Obama As He Reinvents, Extends TARP to Weeks before Midterm Elections

Network news shows barely report criticism of 'slush fund' tactics, although they criticized Paulson for 'bait-and-switch' in 2008.

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.

And We're Living Here in Allentown

At least Obama and media want us to think so.

Small Business vs. the Great Ozbama

A crash business course for the Community Organizer-in-Chief.

White House Plays Media Critic, Part II: VP's Economist Attacks Wall Street Journal

Bernstein cries foul over WSJ's editorial page, despite the $787-billion stimulus' failure to keep unemployment under 10 percent.

Hidden In Health Care Reform

What the media won't tell you about the Democrats' bills.

Obama's Economy: Job Losses Rising Faster than Dow

President musters two perfect 10s, Dow and unemployment rate, but media focus mostly on positive.

Networks Barely Report 'Stealth' Push for 'Second Stimulus'

Stories mostly ignore failure of Obama's $787 billion stimulus to halt rising unemployment, continue to give credit for saving or creating jobs.
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