Under the header "Why Republicans are devouring one book," Politico hypes Amity Shlaes' The Forgotten Man, in which she "takes issue with the value of government intervention in a major economic crisis," so enthusiastically, you'd think they're getting a cut of the sales.
A quick word count of the quotes in the Politico article gives a pretty good indication of how one-sided it is:
211 words quote people (other than Shlaes) praising the book's content
12 words quote people (other than Shlaes) praising the book's sales
271 words quote Shlaes herself.
1 word ("revisionist") quotes a critic of the book
And Politico is hyping its article about Shlaes' book nearly as much as it is hyping the book itself: most of above-the-fold portion of the web site's front page is currently devoted to pushing the story.