Democrats

No Liberals Among the Dems, But Plenty of Conservatives on GOP Side

A stark double standard on pinning ideological labels on the parties.

The "Moderate" New Baptist Covenant, Led by Jimmy Carter

No liberal label for an Atlanta meeting in which attendees "hoped they could pool their resources and voices to push for universal health coverage, or to fight global warming."

Bye Bye, "Populist" John Edwards

From beginning to end, the Times couldn't find any liberal ideology in John Edwards' "populist" campaign against big business and for universal health care.

GOP "Adrift" vs. "Energized" Dems

Adam Nagourney sees no hope for the GOP: "...this is a party that is adrift, deeply divided and uninspired when it comes to its presidential candidates and unsure of how to counter an energized ...

It's Obama-Mania at the NYT

"But the moment is suffused, so as almost not to require that he make it explicit, with a sense of historical moment. I, you, we can make history, he says, by turning the nation's sorrowful racial ...

Democrats: The Future's So Bright, They Gotta Wear Shades

Populist and pragmatist? Yeah, right: "In 1988, the populist Jesse Jackson kept stony counsel before giving his nod to the pragmatist Michael Dukakis."

On Iraq, Times Catches Democrats Changing the Subject

As success on the ground in Iraq becomes undeniable, reporter Patrick Healy sees a "tonal shift" among Democrats.

Meet the "Most Respected" Murtha, Who Slimed U.S. Troops in Haditha

Reporter David Herszenhorn finds a questionable voice of reason about the Iraq War.

The Media Assault on American Values

The conflict between the media, personal responsibility and respect for religion.

Slanted Morning TV Helps 2008 Democrats

Study: ABC, CBS and NBC Morning Shows Promote Democratic Candidates, Push Liberal News Agenda
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