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Fox Analyst Loses It: Screams "You Don't Know What The F**k You're Talking About"

Is it Morning in America, or has hope given way to malaise? (CNN story)

By Kristi Keck, CNN
STORY HIGHLIGHTS
Presidents Obama, Carter both elected at a time when voters wanted change
Analyst: Carter comparison shows how expectations have changed since Obama's win
Obama, Reagan faced similar problems but approached them differently, Reagan aide says
Obama should worry about who he is, not who he might be, analyst David Gergen says
(CNN) -- Nearly a year after the presidential election, the excitement of Barack Obama's campaign has faded into the reality of an Obama White House.

No Free Lunch: The True Cost of ObamaCare Report Released

No Free Lunch: The True Cost of ObamaCare Report Released
Fri Oct 23, 2009 1:36pm EDT

WASHINGTON, Oct. 23 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Far from providing "affordable"
care for everyone, ObamaCare would result in higher insurance premiums, more
and higher taxes, fewer jobs, lower wages, a reduced standard of living and an
erosion of privacy and individual liberty.

This is the conclusion of a new report, "No Free Lunch: The True Cost of
ObamaCare," by policy analyst Matt Patterson just released by the National
Center for Public Policy Research.

No Free Lunch: The True Cost of ObamaCare Report Released

No Free Lunch: The True Cost of ObamaCare Report Released
Fri Oct 23, 2009 1:36pm EDT

WASHINGTON, Oct. 23 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Far from providing "affordable"
care for everyone, ObamaCare would result in higher insurance premiums, more
and higher taxes, fewer jobs, lower wages, a reduced standard of living and an
erosion of privacy and individual liberty.

This is the conclusion of a new report, "No Free Lunch: The True Cost of
ObamaCare," by policy analyst Matt Patterson just released by the National
Center for Public Policy Research.

Wachovia media bond analyst recommends Block Communications

Contrary to recent news, an analyst is recommending Block Communications:

Cheen and Hebert upgraded their recommendations on the bonds of two companies. Block Communications, which owns newspapers, cable and TV stations, was upgraded to Outperform from Market Perform. The analysts said the company “will likely rely on its stable cable cash cow to fund losses at its newspaper segment and maintain what is one of the most conservative balance sheets in our coverage universe.”

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