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CNN's Soledad O'Brien Tries to 'Correct' Romney Aide, Says Economic Trend Favors Obama

CNN's Soledad O'Brien once again jumped to the defense of the Obama campaign, as she tried to argue on Monday that the economy is "trending" in the President's favor. She countered Romney aide ...
CNBC

Unemployment Rate Drops Because 522,000 Give Up Jobs Search

April adds only 115,000 jobs, while millions make up ranks of ‘invisible unemployed.’
Media Research Center

Soledad O'Brien Tries (And Fails) to Debunk Romney's Women Job Loss Claim

CNN's Soledad O'Brien once again tried to fact-check numbers she took issue with, and once more she failed to refute them. On Monday's Starting Point she took aim at Mitt Romney's claim that ...
Media Research Center

CNN Uses Bogus PolitiFact Rating to Discredit Romney Campaign Claim

On CNN's The Situation Room, correspondent Jim Acosta aired a Mitt Romney claim that "women account for 92.3 percent of jobs lost under President Obama," before citing a PolitiFact report that ...
Media Research Center

Spin Cycle: MSNBC Excuses Bad March Jobs Report

Anchors and guests cover for Obama’s dismal data.
Media Research Center

Charlie Rose Asks Chuck Schumer About Tax Hikes Creating Jobs, Lets Senator Dodge Question

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 ...
Media Research Center

NBC Sees Nuclear Plant as Job Creator for Vets...After Hyping It As Dangerous a Year Ago

On Monday's NBC Today, Tom Brokaw reported on veteran Mike Wright returning from tours in Iraq and Afghanistan to continue work at New York's Indian Point nuclear power plant: "Entergy, ...
Domestic Oil Well Drilling

Obama to Call for Increased Domestic Oil and Gas, says Journal

Media join president in taking an anti-energy industry stance.

In Pipeline Battle, Left Hypes Climate Threat Ignores Need for Jobs, Oil

Lefty media outlets attack Keystone XL project with climate alarmism, 'absurd' economic claims.

Networks Push for Infrastructure Spending, Ignore Cost and Danger of Federal Failures

ABC, CBS and NBC silent about mistakes that took lives during Hurricane Katrina, wasted countless tax dollars for years.
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