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Ex-Newsweek Editor Howard Fineman Worries Boston Will Allow 'Nativist' GOP to Block Immigration

Former Newsweek editor Howard Fineman on Monday predictably worried that Republican "nativism" in the wake of the Boston bombing will imperil the chances of immigration reform passing. While ...
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NYT's Ludicrously Liberal Columnists Give It Their Worst in the Sunday Review

Liberal New York Times columnists do what they do best: Thomas Friedman pivots from the Boston bombings to a carbon tax, Maureen Dowd gives mock-worthy "tough guy" advice to Obama, and Frank ...
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NYT's Ludicrously Liberal Columnists Give It Their Worst in the Sunday Review

Liberal NYT columnists do what they do best: Thomas Friedman pivots from the Boston bombings to a carbon tax, Maureen Dowd gives mock-worthy "tough guy" advice to Obama, and Frank Bruni slams the ...
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New York Times' Obama-Fan Landler Strangely Sees President Using Bad Week as 'Rallying Cry'

White House reporter Mark Landler cynically uncovers an Obama comeback from the ashes of defeat: "The Boston bombings could allow Mr. Obama to achieve a different goal: moving the country’s ...
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ABC Speculates: Was Boston 'Homegrown Terror?' Features Mark Potok on 'Extreme Right'

The journalists of Good Morning America on Tuesday pointed a speculative finger in the wake of the Boston bombing. An ABC graphic wondered, "Could this be homegrown terror?" In a segment full of ...
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Chris Matthews: 'Normally' Domestic Terrorists 'Tend to Be on the Far Right'

Just hours after explosions rocked the Boston Marathon on Monday, Chris Matthews speculated, "Normally domestic terrorists, people, tend to be on the far right." He then reconsidered and ...
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Shameful: New York Times Columnist Nicholas Kristof Links Boston Explosion to GOP, Others Pile On

Never let a tragedy go to waste. New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof on Monday quickly used the explosions in Boston for political gain, linking the Republican Party to the horrific act. At ...

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