Campaign2006

Taking Pro-Democrat Talking Points as Fact

Kate Zernike runs off Democratic talking points about alleged voting irregularities in a Florida House race won by a Republican.

GOP Congress All About "Purging Democrats and Hobbling Government"

Reporter Carl Hulse signs on to Democratic venting about the "stifling," dissent-squelching Republican Congress.

The Front Page Is Safe Again for Good Economic News

"...the buying power of American workers is now rising at the fastest rate since the economic boom of the late 1990s."

Sowing Doubt About Voting Machines After a GOP Win in Florida

Lead sentence: "A Republican House candidate was named the winner on Monday in a disputed race in Sarasota where thousands of votes may have been lost by electronic machines..."

Good News for Dems in South: Voters May Overcome Their Racism

Adam Nossiter: "At one level, Mr. Ford's loss to the Republican, Bob Corker, was simply a reiteration of an ancient reality for Democrats in the South: black candidates in statewide races are ...

Another Day, Another Western Democratic Senator with Humble Roots to Fawn Over

"Harry Mason Reid is the product of the tiny desert town of Searchlight, Nev., whose father, a hard-rock miner, battled alcoholism and depression before killing himself at 58. The future senator ...

Overdosing Again on the Conservative Label

40 ideological labels in a 1,650-word story.

"Populism" Trumps "Liberalism" in Times' Labeling Battle

Government-run health care isn't left-wing or liberal but merely an example of "economic populism."

Calling Pelosi, Rangel, and Conyers Liberal an "Incendiary" Accusation

Fresh after suggesting racism was to blame for Harold Ford Jr.'s loss in his Tennessee Senate race, hypersensitive reporter Adam Nossiter chides GOP for calling liberal Democrats liberal.

MacFarquhar Defends Controversial New Congressman from "Muslim-Bashers"

MacFarquhar dismisses Keith Ellison's past ties to the Nation of Islam and the anti-Semite Lewis Farrakhan, says Ellison is being "attacked on religious grounds."
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