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Bloomberg's Al Hunt on Glenn Beck
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Bloomberg News has a nasty habit of quoting "professors" to validate their reporters' and columnists' points of view without identifying the political affiliation of the professors. We caught the news service doing it earlier here. The latest example comes in Albert Hunt's column likening Glenn Beck to Charles Coughlin. Writes Mr. Hunt:

Beck and Coughlin share a great deal: as mesmerizing broadcasters able to articulate the anger and frustration of a flock frightened by economic hard times.

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Al Hunt on the Tea Party
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"There are shades of the French Revolution here," Albert Hunt writes in his latest Bloomberg News column, about the Tea Party. He doesn't say what aspect of the French Revolution reminds him of the Tea Party. The violent extremism? Or the overthrow of a self-serving ruling class out of touch with the public? Are the similarities to the French Revolution good or bad? To judge by the tone of the rest of Mr. Hunt's column, if it were up to him France would still be ruled by the Bourbon dynasty. And he calls the Koch brothers "ultraconservative"?

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The Left Cries Watergate
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The Republicans haven't even yet won control of the House of Representatives, yet the left-wing press is already racing to attribute the Republican Party's impending gains to criminal behavior on the scale of Watergate. A managing editor of the New York Times, Jill Abramson, wrote the cover story for yesterday's Times Week in Review section, quoting campaign finance advocate Fred Wertheimer and asserting, "the fund-raising practices that earned people convictions in Watergate — giving direct corporate money to a campaign and doing so secretly — are back in a different form in 2010."

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Al Hunt on College Football
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"College Sports Need a Government Intervention" is the headline over a column by Albert Hunt, the executive editor for Washington at Bloomberg News. The column goes on to say, "It probably would be foolish for Congress to legislate. No one has devised a sensible policy initiative," which makes a reader wonder whether the headline writer read the column. On the other hand, adding the words "need a government intervention" to the column topic is usually a safe formula for writing the headlines on Albert Hunt columns and on much but certainly not all other Bloomberg material.

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Al Hunt on College Football
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"College Sports Need a Government Intervention" is the headline over a column by Albert Hunt, the executive editor for Washington at Bloomberg News. The column goes on to say, "It probably would be foolish for Congress to legislate. No one has devised a sensible policy initiative," which makes a reader wonder whether the headline writer read the column. On the other hand, adding the words "need a government intervention" to the column topic is usually a safe formula for writing the headlines on Albert Hunt columns and on much but certainly not all other Bloomberg material.

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Bloomberg's Al Hunt on Glenn Beck
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Bloomberg News has a nasty habit of quoting "professors" to validate their reporters' and columnists' points of view without identifying the political affiliation of the professors. We caught the news service doing it earlier here. The latest example comes in Albert Hunt's column likening Glenn Beck to Charles Coughlin. Writes Mr. Hunt:

Beck and Coughlin share a great deal: as mesmerizing broadcasters able to articulate the anger and frustration of a flock frightened by economic hard times.

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Al Hunt on the Tea Party
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"There are shades of the French Revolution here," Albert Hunt writes in his latest Bloomberg News column, about the Tea Party. He doesn't say what aspect of the French Revolution reminds him of the Tea Party. The violent extremism? Or the overthrow of a self-serving ruling class out of touch with the public? Are the similarities to the French Revolution good or bad? To judge by the tone of the rest of Mr. Hunt's column, if it were up to him France would still be ruled by the Bourbon dynasty. And he calls the Koch brothers "ultraconservative"?

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The Left Cries Watergate
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The Republicans haven't even yet won control of the House of Representatives, yet the left-wing press is already racing to attribute the Republican Party's impending gains to criminal behavior on the scale of Watergate. A managing editor of the New York Times, Jill Abramson, wrote the cover story for yesterday's Times Week in Review section, quoting campaign finance advocate Fred Wertheimer and asserting, "the fund-raising practices that earned people convictions in Watergate — giving direct corporate money to a campaign and doing so secretly — are back in a different form in 2010."

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