Soledad O'Brien Falsely Labels Bush as 'Food Stamp President'

On Tuesday, for the second time in two weeks, CNN's Soledad O'Brien insisted that President Bush, not President Obama, is the "food stamp president," even though data show her argument is ridiculous.
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The Real State of the Union: Big Three Networks Covering Up Obama's Failures

By many measures, Barack Obama has left the State of the Union in tatters, but the liberal media, led by the highly rated Big Three network (ABC, CBS, NBC) news shows, have attempted to cover ...

MSNBC's Sharpton Wrongly Claims Only 14.2 Million Get Food Stamps

During MSNBC's coverage of the Republican primary in South Carolina Saturday night, Al Sharpton incorrectly claimed that only 14.2 million people currently receive food stamps, and that more ...

NBC's Curry Claims Gingrich 'Playing the Race Card' in South Carolina

On Thursday's NBC Today, co-host Ann Curry accused Newt Gingrich of playing up racial tensions to get votes in the South Carolina GOP primary: "'ve been increasingly stepping up your ...
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Media Protecting "Food Stamp President" Obama By Ignoring Growing Food Stamp Crisis

MRC Study Finds Virtually No Coverage of Tragedy of 44 Million Americans On Government Food Assistance

The View Ignores Whether Government Should Dictate Citizens' Diets

Childhood obesity and food stamps conceal real issue of government impeding personal freedom.

Anti-Welfare Reform Reporter Jason DeParle's 2nd Victory Lap: Food Stamp 'Stigma' Still Fading!

In 1996, reporter Jason DeParle accused Clinton of signing a welfare reform bill that "begrudges poor infants their Pampers" and predicted an epidemic of child abuse, abortion, prostitution and ...

Fierce Critic of Welfare Reform Makes Another Front-Page Plug for Food Stamps

But some of his victims aren't quite sympathetic: "[Wanda Debnam] sleeps with her 8-year-old granddaughter under a poster of the Jonas Brothers and uses her food stamps to avoid her ...

Times Pleased 'Stigma' of Food Stamps Fading

"Food Stamp Use Soars Across U.S., and Stigma Fades," cheers a Times headline over Sunday's big lead story, cowritten by fierce welfare reform opponent (and Times reporter) Jason DeParle, who ...

Suze Orman Claims White Collar Workers are in 'Bread Lines'

Personal finance expert tells Larry King to 'look at the people' in soup lines.
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