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Over $1 Million from Soros to Group that Broke McConnell Tape Story

Founder of Media Consortium, Mother Jones, promotes work of Kentucky Super PAC.
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NYT's Trip Gabriel Warns GOP: Don't Rule Out Hollywood Star Ashley Judd as a Senator

New York Times reporter Trip Gabriel promoted movie star and aspiring liberal politician Ashley Judd: "Kentuckians Don’t Rule Out a Star as a Senator." Gabriel wrote: "How serious could such a ...
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CNN Contributor Foolishly Argues Kentucky, Arkansas Have 'Never' Been Democratic 'Hotbeds'

CNN contributor Maria Cardona may have forgotten some history as she tried to spin away President Obama's troubles in the Arkansas and Kentucky Democratic primaries."Look, Arkansas and ...

Republican Budget Cuts Threaten 'Life-Affirming' Public Radio Station in KY

The New York Times vs. any and all spending cuts: "But with the rise of the Tea Party and with anti-earmark, budget-cutting fervor gripping the nation's capital, little of that sentiment is being ...

Matt Lauer: Senator-Elect Rand Paul Bringing Anger to Washington

NBC's Matt Lauer characterized Kentucky Senator-Elect Rand Paul's victory as a "wave of anger and energy" on Wednesday's Today show. Lauer asked the Tea Party candidate, "We know you can win an ...

CBS Interviews Assaulted MoveOn Protestor, Never Covered Man Who Had Finger Bitten Off at 2009 MoveOn Event

On Wednesday's CBS Early Show, co-host Harry Smith interviewed MoveOn.org protestor Lauran Valle, who was stepped on during a protest outside of the Kentucky senate debate on Monday: "Less than a ...

CNN Highlights Assault on MoveOn Worker, Omits Assault on Paul Supporter

CNN devoted seven news briefs on Tuesday to an assault on a MoveOn.org employee by Rand Paul supporters caught on camera outside the Kentucky Senate debate on Monday evening, but failed to mention ...

Seelye Turns Tables, Accuses Tea Party 'Darling' Rand Paul of 'Distorting' Sleazy Ad Attacking His Faith

Even Democrats are disowning a Democratic ad attacking Rand Paul's Christian faith, but Katharine Seelye begins by accusing Paul of distortion: "Even as Mr. Paul denounces the commercial, he is ...

Times Carves Up 'Tea Party Candidate' Rand Paul on Front Page

Times takes shot at Kentucky primary winner Rand Paul for his views on the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and even criticizes him for holding his victory party at a country club.

Kate Zernike Takes Another Crack at Understanding Tea Party In Wake of Paul's KY Win

Reporter Kate Zernike last month pigeon-holed the Tea Party movement as "white and male," fueled by anger and memories from a time "when the country was less diverse." This time Zernike actually ...
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