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The Times Disdains "Far Right" "Anti-Immigration" Candidates in Arizona

Meanwhile, the Times promotes the state's purportedly nonideological Democratic governor: "Janet Napolitano watched the escalating arms race between the two far-right Republican gubernatorial ...

Fundraising for GOP: Snow Problem?

Sheryl Gay Stolberg: "Mr. Snow's extracurricular activities are making some veteran Washington hands, including those with strong Republican ties, deeply uneasy." Veteran Republicans like...David ...

Marking the Death of Rep. Gerry Studds

The death of former liberal Rep. Gerry Studds' death garners respectful coverage from the Times. But the Times marked the death of conservative Rep. Helen Chenoweth-Hage rather differently.

Good News for GOP: Paul Krugman Sees Potential Tidal Wave of Democrats.

Krugman: "So if the Democrats win, they'll probably have a substantial majority."

G.O.P. Chances of Keeping Control "Undermined" by Foley

"....a controversy that seems to have undermined its chances of keeping control of Congress on Election Day."

Fervid Friedman: "It Is So Important that the Republicans Lose"

Friedman: "For the sake of the country, I really hope the Republicans lose the House and the Senate to the Democrats - by one seat in each chamber."

Times Political Blogger a Fan of Left-Wing PBS Omnipresence Bill Moyers

"Bill Moyers begins a new limited series of investigative reports on PBS with 'Capitol Crimes,' which focuses on the Abramoff lobbying scandal and other matters....we definitely know we should ...

Rep. Foley Scandal Makes Hypocrites Out of G.O.P. Congress?

Sharpening up a pro-Democrat political point, reporter Raymond Hernandez paints helpless Democrats under hard attack by hypocritical Republicans.

Congressional Republicans "Rocked By" Rep. Mark Foley

The Times finds its latest Republican-majority killing silver bullet and twice conflates two sets of emails to make House Majority Leader Hastert look bad.

GOP "Narrows Immigration Focus," says Carl Hulse...

...but earlier this month a Hulse headline said the GOP had "Set Aside Work on Immigration" altogether. So is the focus narrowing or widening?
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