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Calmes Sees Obama's Plan as Job Creator, Warns Stubborn GOP 'Could Lose the House'

White House reporter Jackie Calmes praises Obama's latest liberal "stimulus" plan, and warns Republicans on TV: "...if the Republicans are seen as standing in the way of anything, they could be in ...

CBS and NBC Cheer Obama's 'Extraordinarily Bold' Speech, 'Robust Defense of Government'

Throughout coverage of President Obama's address to Congress Thursday night, anchors and correspondents on both CBS and NBC gave fawning reviews of the new jobs plan, in some cases, even before ...

Times Approves of Obama's 'Punchy Tone' and 'Politically Moderate Proposals'

Mark Landler likes what he heard, even though the markets didn't: "Mixing politically moderate proposals with a punchy tone, President Obama challenged lawmakers on Thursday to 'pass this jobs ...

Here We Go Again: Networks Back Obama 'Replay' on Infrastructure Spending, Stimulus

President and media stuck on repeat, but ABC, CBS, NBC won't admit it; argue for more money to fix roads, bridges.

Incensed That Obama Speech Pushed Back One Day, NYT Whines Boehner Needs to 'Grow Up'

Speaker John Boehner politely suggesting that President Obama could be accommodated to give an address to a joint session of Congress a day later than the date he originally requested is ...

Historic! No New Jobs Added in August; First Time since 1945

CNBC's Rick Santelli guesses right net payroll figure, but unemployment rate remains steady at 9.1 percent.

Stephanopoulos Shields Obama: Spreads Blame Around for Scheduling of Speech

Former Democratic operative turned journalist George Stephanopoulos on Thursday attempted to spin the botched scheduling of a proposed Barack Obama speech to Congress as, generically, "politicians ...

Networks Barely Criticize Obama's Disastrous 'Green Jobs' Policies

Criticism excluded from 92 percent of network news reports, despite bankruptcies of federally subsidized companies.

'Lousy:' June Jobs Rise Only 18,000, Unemployment Rate Up to 9.2%

CNBC reacts to fewest jobs added in 8 months, actual data 'well below expectations.'

Obama Backs EPA War on Coal, While Networks Ignore Harm to Industry

Major utility announces proposal to retire power plants, layoff workers and spend billions to comply with 'pending' regulations.
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