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Ecuador Nationalizes Oil
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Ecuador is nationalizing its oil industry today. A Dow Jones article describes the developments as "reforms" but notes President Rafael Correa "said that oil companies that don't abide by the state's policies will have their fields nationalized and will be forced from the country."

Context: "QUITO, ECUADOR -- Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton reached out Tuesday to one of the left-leaning populist leaders of South America, attempting to edge Ecuador's President Rafael Correa out of the orbit of Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez. By all appearances, the charm offensive had an impact. A beaming Correa professed admiration and respect for 'dearest Hillary' and for President Obama." -- Glenn Kessler, the Washington Post, June 9, 2010, "Hillary Clinton Tries to Fix Relationship With Ecuador President Rafael Corrrea."

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Fact-Checking Ryan and Obama
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The Washington Post says President Obama is incorrect when he claims that "the tax burden on the wealthy is at its lowest level in half a century," and the Post says that Rep. Paul Ryan is correct when he accuses Mr. Obama of wanting to raise the top federal tax rate to 44.8%.

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Sharon Stroke Coverage: The Washington Post Stumbles
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Historians will have to treat the Post's first- and second-day coverage of Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's Jan. 4 stroke skeptically. Glenn Kessler's analysis repeatedly misrepresents U.S.-Israeli and Israeli-Palestinian diplomacy. The Post's editorial commenting on Sharon's incapacitation is superficial and mistaken. Scott Wilson's news articles misleads on fundamentals of the Arab-Israeli conflict.

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Ecuador Nationalizes Oil
futureofcapitalism.com

Ecuador is nationalizing its oil industry today. A Dow Jones article describes the developments as "reforms" but notes President Rafael Correa "said that oil companies that don't abide by the state's policies will have their fields nationalized and will be forced from the country."

Context: "QUITO, ECUADOR -- Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton reached out Tuesday to one of the left-leaning populist leaders of South America, attempting to edge Ecuador's President Rafael Correa out of the orbit of Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez. By all appearances, the charm offensive had an impact. A beaming Correa professed admiration and respect for 'dearest Hillary' and for President Obama." -- Glenn Kessler, the Washington Post, June 9, 2010, "Hillary Clinton Tries to Fix Relationship With Ecuador President Rafael Corrrea."

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Fact-Checking Ryan and Obama
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The Washington Post says President Obama is incorrect when he claims that "the tax burden on the wealthy is at its lowest level in half a century," and the Post says that Rep. Paul Ryan is correct when he accuses Mr. Obama of wanting to raise the top federal tax rate to 44.8%.

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Glenn Kessler

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Managing editor, Institutional Investor newsletters, 1983-1986

Editor, IDD, 1986-1987

Newsday (Wall Street reporter; airline safety reporter, chief economics correspondent; chief political correspondent; White House correspondent), 1987-1998

The Washington Post (national business editor; economics correspondent; diplomatic correspondent; columnist, "The Fact Checker"), 1998-current

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Brown University
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Columbia University
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Field of Study: School of International and Public Affairs

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