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Karl Rove, Polarizing, Divisive Right-Winger

Adam Nagourney scolded: "Many wonder if a strategy aimed entirely at methodically identifying and stoking the party's conservative base, with issues like gay marriage, abortion and terrorism, was ...

The Times Embraces Religious Activists - on the Left

The Times Magazine celebrates a left-wing order of nuns going after ExxonMobil on global warming.

The Daily Kos Bile Fest

How can politicians cooperate across the aisle when their backers are hurling hateful, shocking language at political adversaries?

ABC: Stock Market 'Crashing,' 'Legalized Gambling' Ruins Family's Mortgage

Chris Cuomo says 'hard-working' Americans may never 'live the American dream.'

Strange Bedfellows: Supporting Agribusiness to Help Illegals

In its quest to paint illegal immigration in sympathetic terms, the Times ponders the plight of agri-business, which might lose cheap labor if a federal crackdown on employers is implemented.

CBS Blames Recently Bankrupt Airline for Being Stingy

'Evening News' uses nightmare U.S. Customs delay to chide airlines.

NYT's Poster Child for Islamic Moderates Falls off the Poster

NYT May 4: "The principal, Debbie Almontaser...has been vilified on Web sites as having an 'Islamist agenda.'" NYT August 11: Almontaser "resigned under pressure after she was quoted defending ...

"Most Conservative Wing" Unlikely Place to Find Anti-Hunger Advocate

"Fitting easily into the most conservative wing of the Bush administration, Josette Sheeran was from the outset an unlikely candidate to run the World Food Program, the world's largest ...

Network Look at Markets: 'Armageddon' or 'Nearly 3 Percent' Drop

NBC's Cramer continues his agenda, CBS provides the temperate voice.