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BY ZACH TOOMBS
Newt Gingrich might have lost an influential friend in the cable news business this week. After the GOP candidate called Fox News biased, the channel’s chief is saying Newt’s not welcome to return to his role as a Fox News contributor.
Gingrich was meeting with Delaware Tea Party leaders Wednesday, when RealClearPolitics reports he said:
“I think FOX has been for Romney all the way through. In our experience, Callista and I both believe CNN is less biased than FOX this year. We are more likely to get neutral coverage out of CNN than we are of FOX, and we’re more likely to get distortion out of FOX. That’s just a fact.”
Fox News responded in a statement, saying the candidate was “bitter” and “auditioning for a windfall of a gig at CNN.” On the air, Fox News’ Bret Baier was quick to address Newt’s claim.
“The numbers skew in Gingrich’s favor. Since announcing their candidacies, Gingrich last May and Romney a month later, the former Speaker has been on Fox News channel air more than 100 times.”
Newt served as a Fox News contributor until his contract, along with Rick Santorum’s, was severed by Fox News last spring — when the candidates jumped into the GOP race. At a University of North Carolina forum, Fox News President Roger Ailes said Gingrich shouldn’t expect to be welcomed back.
“In at-times irreverent responses, Ailes referred to CNN anchor Soledad O’Brien as ‘that girl that’s named after a prison’ and threw a jab at Republican presidential hopeful Newt Gingrich, asserting that the candidate has only criticized Fox News’ coverage because he’s ‘trying to get a job at CNN because he knows he isn’t going to get to come back to Fox News.’”
Slate writes Gingrich might be shooting himself in the foot with these comments, considering the campaign debt he’ll have to pay off.
“It's a classic, needlessly mean Fox News response. It should also spook Gingrich. He's got $4.7 million in campaign debt, by his own admission. His strategy for making the money back is to ‘work and pay it off.’ But he was making nearly $1 million annually from Fox when the network terminated his contract.”
According to the Pew Research Center, Gingrich might have a reason to be displeased with coverage of his campaign — but not just on Fox News.
“Newt Gingrich … has virtually fallen out of the story. Last week, he registered as a significant newsmaker in just 1% of campaign stories. And what little there was wasn't flattering. There was a yawning gap between his positive coverage (16%) and negative coverage (47%)."
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PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA: "Over the last two years, I've sought advice from many of you as we were grappling with the worst recession most of us have ever known."
President Obama addressed the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Monday with what some are calling familiar rhetoric.
The president talked up business investment and touched on deregulation -- but a writer from Slate.com says- none of this is new.
“I didn't hear any shift in policy. I did hear confirmation of the themes from the State of the Union, which can be boiled down as ‘we were right about 90 percent of what we did, and it will be good for the economy, but since you won 63 House seats and 6 Senate seats we'll entertain some new ideas.’”
The president’s speech seemed to include a new willingness for regulation reform. Chamber of Commerce president Thomas Donahue offered up some advice for the president on that topic in an interview with Fox News Anchor Brett Baier.
THOMAS DONAHUE (Chamber of Commerce President): “He’s going to want to take a look at some of the actions of some of the independent regulatory agencies and some of the regulations that have come from the health care and capital markets bills and from the actions of the EPA those are the regulations that are causing companies to sit on their money and wait until they’re more sure on what they’re dealing with.”
But in the end, the president’s message? Spend that money.
PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA: “Now is the time to invest in America. And if there is a reason that you don’t share my confidence, if there is a reason that you don’t think now is the time to get off the side lines, to hire and to invest, I wanna know about it.”
A familiar message that didn’t hit home with everyone. A blogger from 24/7 Wall St. points out - spending money isn’t easy for small businesses.
“Small firms do not have easy access to capital, making adding additional workers more difficult. The federal government has not made any meaningful moves to help small businesses to gain credit.... Large firms have discovered they do not need more workers and small ones cannot afford them.”
President Obama has had a rocky relationship with the Chamber since he came into office. But a writer for DC Streets Blog suggests the two can at least agree on one thing.
“…infrastructure is the issue around which all these forces can come together for a common goal... a good working relationship between the president and the Chamber is essential.”
So is this is the start of a budding friendship? Or...same old, same old?
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By a landslide vote of 81-19, the Senate passed a much-talked about tax cut package negotiated between President Obama and Republican lawmakers.
Not a surprising vote -- as it pretty much mirrored a procedural vote in the Senate earlier this week. The $858 billion bill extends Bush-era tax cuts for all income levels for two years -- and jobless benefits for another 13 months.
It also brings a 6.2 percent payroll tax down to 4.2 percent, temporarily. Supporters of the legislation say it’s vital to the nation’s economic growth.
But CNBC’s Erin Burnett tells Jim Cramer - she doesn’t think jobs are riding on this.
“In every survey done since even before the tax cut deal, they all said they were hiring. They're hiring because the demand in the economy is improving, not because the the president is giving them another tax cut.”
The bill now heads to the House -- where Fox News’ Brett Baier and CNN’s Dana Bash say -- expect a lot of whining from the left. But don’t expect it to do much -- 81 votes to 19 is pretty big.
“But in the end the House will pass this deal unchanged. Despite the fact that you have top House Democrats like Chris Van Hollen saying there should be a change in the estate tax and they should tweak it and send it back to the Senate. They may have a vote on an amendment to make that change, but it will fail.”
“The writing seems to be on the wall with the overwhelming Senate vote and that's something that makes people at the White House very happy after the mutiny House Dems raised. They're not happy still but it looks like they're for the most part resigned.”
And that really gets at the narrative emerging from the news -- that far-left liberals have lost. The Atlantic’s Chris Good says - count the tax package along with the failure to include a public option in health care legislation, and the surge in Afghanistan -- as measures President Obama moved ahead without the far-left of his base.
“This time around, liberals may be irrelevant, even if they take a stand. … The 83-member House Progressive Caucus … at a disadvantage numbers-wise, may well vote against it in the end, knowing that it will pass despite their real unwillingness to accept it.”
But Cenk Uygur -- in a piece for The Huffington Post -- says this isn’t the time for liberals to give up -- it’s time to fight. Fight who? He suggests -- President Obama.
“...you have to ask why Democrats who were willing to fight Bush are crumbling in front of Obama? ... If he is doing the exact opposite of what you claim to stand for, why does it matter what he calls himself? … Here is the new memo - fight him, he's not on your side.”
The House is expected to take up the bill Thursday. If any changes are made there -- it’ll likely end up having to go back to the Senate -- where Republicans are warning they will not accept any significant changes.
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Mr. Erich Baier was born in 1956 in Vienna, Austria and is owner and CEO of Bilanz-Data Wirtschaftstreuhand GmbH, a tax-law firm in Vienna, which concentrates on domestic as well as international tax-planning and full corporate services to clients.
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