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Times Bashes 'GOP Pledge,' Just Like It Did the GOP's 'Contract With America' in 1994

Will the new "GOP Pledge" help Republicans in November? Of course not! Here's David Herszenhorn in a story originally headlined: Some Say G.O.P. Pledge to Voters Would Increase Deficit. "But even ...

CBS 'Early Show' Touts 'Lady Gaga vs. The Pentagon' Over 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell'

On Tuesday's CBS Early Show, co-host Maggie Rodriguez promoted singer Lady Gaga calling for an end to the military's 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' policy: "A unique showdown shaping up today in the ...

Obama On Attack Against 'Extreme' Tea Party Taking Over G.O.P.

Jackie Calmes and Michael Shear don't stint when it came to sticking unflattering labels on the Tea Party: "The Democratic strategist said voters did not now see much threat to them from a ...

The New York Times Laments Disappearance of Moderate Republicans (Again, and Again)

The Times rehashes a lament that goes back at least 14 years: "The few remaining Republican centrists in the Senate were eagerly awaiting the arrival of Michael N. Castle of Delaware, a longtime ...

Watch Out, Republicans: This Is 1964 All Over Again

Vol. 23, No. 19

Fmr MSNBC Analyst Crawford: Media 'Playing into Dem Message' That Tea Party Candidates Are 'Insane'

Appearing as a guest on Sunday's Reliable Sources on CNN, former MSNBC analyst Craig Crawford admitted that the mainstream media have been too quick to "listen too much to the Democratic message" ...

CBS's Smith: Tea Party and Palin Could Bring GOP to 'Edge of the Abyss'

Appearing on Friday's CBS Early Show, Face the Nation host Bob Schieffer continued to compare the rise of the tea party and possible candidacy of Sarah Palin in 2012 to the 1964 campaign of Barry ...

NY Times Writer Matt Bai Deplores GOP Attacks on Obama as 'the Other,' Hints at Racism

New York Times writer Matt Bai: "White House advisers contend that as the conservative insinuations about Mr. Obama grow more pronounced, the extremism that underlies them will become self-evident ...

Matt Bai Deplores GOP Attacks on Obama as 'the Other,' Hints at Racism

Matt Bai: "White House advisers contend that as the conservative insinuations about Mr. Obama grow more pronounced, the extremism that underlies them will become self-evident to the public."

Zernike Warns of 'Drive for Ideological Purity' Among 'Far to the Right' Tea Party Candidates

Reporter Kate Zernike warns that Sen. Jim DeMint "could be a model for how the two might co-exist - or an example of how the drive for ideological purity could turn the Republicans into a niche ...
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