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Amanpour: Tea Party an 'Extreme' Departure from Reagan's Conservatism; Campaign Spending Bad for Democracy

ABC's Christiane Amanpour on Sunday discovered "a long and venerable tradition of conservatism in this country" exemplified by Ronald Reagan and William F. Buckley, but she only showed that ...

Hume Questions Undisclosed '08 Obama Donors in Light of W.H.'s Chamber Witch Hunt

Despite willingness to attack U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Obama still has unanswered questions about his campaign donors.

CBS's Rodriguez: 'Undignified' Obama 'Offering No Evidence' of GOP Taking Foreign Money

Grilling Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell on Monday's CBS Early Show, co-host Maggie Rodriguez questioned President Obama attacking Republicans over unproven claims of accepting foreign campaign ...

With Republican Groups Outspending Democratic Ones, CBS Upset by Speech from 'Outside Groups'

It's okay for the news media to attack a candidate, but not for citizens to join together to buy TV ads criticizing one ' especially if more of those ads attack Democrats than Republicans. ...

Krauthammer Quips: 'Best Week I've Had Since Spring Break in Medical School'

Quip of the day, from columnist Charles Krauthammer on Friday's Special Report with Bret Baier on FNC: "This is an amazing week. Massachusetts goes Republican, health care dies and the Supreme ...

Krauthammer Quips: 'Best Week I've Had Since Spring Break in Medical School'

Quip of the day, from columnist Charles Krauthammer on Friday's Special Report with Bret Baier on FNC: "This is an amazing week. Massachusetts goes Republican, health care dies and the Supreme ...

Olbermann Unhinged: 'Supreme Court-Sanctioned Murder' of Democracy

Even more unhinged than usual, and that's saying a lot, MSNBC's Keith Olbermann delivered a tirade Thursday night in a "Special Comment" in which he declared the Supreme Court's ruling, that ...

Nets Decry Campaign Finance Ruling, Fail to Hail Victory for Freedom of Speech

Instead of painting a victory for free speech in the Supreme Court's ruling that corporations can spend money to influence elections, Thursday night newscasts feared a ruinous future: "Opening ...
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