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Flashback: Journalists Predicted Midterms Would Be a GOP 'Referendum'

Now that a Republican wave in the midterm elections has resulted in a GOP Senate, big gains in the House and shocking wins in governors races across the country, it's important to look back on the ...
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NBC Promotes ‘Close’ Kentucky Senate Race; Todd Pushes 3 Races That Are ‘Big Hurdles’ for GOP

Following a segment that aired during Sunday night’s NBC Nightly News on President Obama’s unpopularity ahead of the midterm elections, the evening news program ran two more midterm election ...
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2014 Midterms: CBS Sees 'Very Conservative,' 'Far Right' Problem in Kansas

Polls and prognosticators suggest a Republican takeover of the Senate in the 2014 midterm elections. Yet, the networks continue to offer scant coverage of the various races. The CBS Evening News ...
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2014 Midterms: Nets Yawn at Democratic Gaffes and Scandals, Tout GOP Problems

The 2014 midterms may be building towards a Republican wave, but the elections in 39 days have drawn little interest from the networks. NBC and CBS on Thursday made exceptions, but only to ...
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No Bad News for Michelle: Nets Skip Protest Over First Lady's High School Graduation Speech

ABC, NBC and CBS routinely offer fawning coverage over Michelle Obama and her role as First Lady. However, a growing protest related to a planned gradation speech in Kansas has been ignored by the ...

Scary: New York Times on the 'Crimson Ideology' of the Kansas GOP

"The crimson ideology" of the Kansas GOP? Times reporter John Eligon: "While Republican principles of small government and low taxes have holds on large swaths of the country, Kansas provides ...
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Kochs Open Up to Forbes: ‘We Get Death Threats ...’

Forbes magazine reveals side of the Kochs most media ignore including business philosophy, being targets of left, and philanthropy.

NYT Reporter John Eligon Talks 'Far-Right Republicans' in Kansas, Predicts 'Stringent Social Policies' to Come

Times reporter John Eligon: "This challenge to Mr. Obama comes in a state where the Republican nominee, Mitt Romney, is heavily favored, and where the electorate has shifted sharply to the ...

NYTimes Report on Kansas GOP Infighting Contains Staggering 36 'Conservative' Labels

New York Times reporter John Eligon's story could be the paper's all-time winner as far as labeling density, with a staggering 36 uses of the word "conservative" in non-quoted material. (In ...

NYT Highlights the Plight of State Cuts to the Arts: Say Goodbye to the Largest Ball of Twine Replica

New York Times writer Robin Pogrebin on Tuesday highlighted cuts to arts funding by the states and the negative effect it will have on replicas of the largest ball of twine. The headline blared, ...
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