Accuracy in Media

DNC has Spending Woes as It’s in Debt

The Free Beacon reported: Less than a year away from the 2016 election the Democratic National Committee fell further into debt by spending nearly a million dollars more than it raised through fundraising last month, according to the committee’s most recent election filing. The DNC disclosed late Friday night that it spent $5.25 million in the past month […]

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Greece doesn’t need Another Bailout, or So They Say

WASHINGTON — Greece may not need another bailout, announced Greece’s deputy prime minister on Wednesday. Reuters reported that Greece does not require a third bailout package and could possibly cover its financial needs without requiring more outside funding. Evangelos Venizelos, who doubles as a foreign minister in the government, is confident that Greece will not […]

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Chinese Retailers Balk at “Recovery” News

WASHINGTON — The Chinese economy is supposedly in recovery mode, but the country’s biggest retailers are doubting the government data and has analysts worried that it could revert to a recession. Reuters reported that consumers were not going out in droves and buying at major Chinese retailers, and retailers are not selling as much as […]

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Another Obama Promise: I can make Colleges Affordable!

WASHINGTON — In another pivot to another issue, U.S. President Barack Obama is focusing on college tuition costs. Reuters reports that his plan, announced Thursday, was to rate colleges and universities according to their bang for their buck. Based on these ratings, the government assigns federal aid to students that need loans and makes up […]

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European End Game? Banks closing across Europe

WASHINGTON — Banking seems to be on the outs in Europe as the financial crisis continues to deepen. Reuters reported that banks cut 5,500 branches across the European Union last year, which accounted for 2.5% of the total number of banks. Since 2008, 20,000 banks now operate on the continent. Still, 2011 had more bank […]

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Greece Barely Makes Deficit Targets with EU Help!

WASHINGTON — Greece, with the aid of Europe, has beaten its fiscal targets for the first seven months of the year. Reuters reports that Greece, which has one of the largest debt burdens in the world, was helped by the euro zone central banks and European Union funds. The Greek government reported a budget surplus […]

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February 2016

2/23/2016 - Household Debt Spikes to $12 Trillion, Short of Recession Record

November 2015

11/24/2015 - DNC has Spending Woes as It’s in Debt

August 2014

8/18/2014 - Argentina, Seeing Economy Collapse, Blame U.S. Judge in Debt Case

September 2013

9/29/2013 - Poll: Dear Obama, Americans want Compromise over Debt Ceiling

9/27/2013 - Greece doesn’t need Another Bailout, or So They Say

9/25/2013 - Obama in Panic Mode: Don’t Defund ObamaCare, he warns

9/2/2013 - Chinese Retailers Balk at “Recovery” News

August 2013

8/23/2013 - Another Obama Promise: I can make Colleges Affordable!

8/18/2013 - European End Game? Banks closing across Europe

8/16/2013 - Greece Barely Makes Deficit Targets with EU Help!

July 2013

7/20/2013 - Judge clears Feds to sue Credit Ratings Agency S&P

August 2011

8/11/2011 - Super Congress Appointee Fred Upton, can school Obama (in tennis)

8/5/2011 - John Kerry: “Media Shouldn’t Give Equal Time to the Tea Party’s Absurd Notions”

July 2011

7/20/2011 - CBS under-samples Republicans by wide margin in debt poll

June 2011

6/9/2011 - All Hail King Timothy

6/6/2011 - The Post Reports on the Poor Republican Tax Heretics

April 2011

4/20/2011 - President Obama Pulls a Pawlenty – on Facebook

December 2010

12/15/2010 - Fox News Tries to Maintain their Mantra of Being ‘Fair and Balanced’