Republicans

Matt Bai Raises the Bar for G.O.P. Success; Election Already 'Mightily Out of Control'

Matt Bai is already predicting recriminations if the G.O.P. fails to win the House or Senate because of Tea Party activism, and a front-page teaser claimed: "Some critics are already asking ...

Editor Tina Brown Slams Female GOP Primary Winners: These 'Wingnuts' Are a 'Blow to Feminism'

Former New Yorker editor Tina Brown appeared on Thursday's Good Morning America to deride the mostly Republican women who won primaries on Tuesday as "wingnuts" and to sneer that they represent a ...

Nagourney Finds Yet More Reasons for GOP to Worry, This Time in California

Chief political reporter Adam Nagourney moves to the West Coast but remembered to pack his bias, finding the bad side of California Republican Party candidates being on the strong side of a ...

NYT Sees GOP's Special Election Loss as Harbinger for November

The Times continued to use its front-page real estate to trumpet last week's G.O.P.'s loss in a special House election in Pennsylvania as a warning sign for the 2010 elections, even though the ...

Goldman Sachs Connections Toxic for Republicans, No Big Deal for Dems

Meg Whitman's poll numbers hurt by 'ties to a controversial Wall Street firm,' yet Elena Kagan's connections nothing more than 'possible thorny issue.'

Even As Democrats Stand Against Public Opinion, Times Sees GOP Jeopardy Over AZ Law

The front page of Saturday's New York Times screamed how "Arizona Law Reveals Split Within GOP." Fair enough. But the Democrats are ostensibly in worse shape, having publicly and visibly denounced ...

Politico's Mike Allen on MSNBC: GOP 'Steamroller' Stopped, Dems 'Off the Mat'

During Wednesday's 10AM EST hour on MSNBC, Politico's Mike Allen shared his thoughts on Tuesday's electoral results: "Stop the steamroller. The idea the Republicans were automatically going to be ...

CBS's Rodriguez to Rand Paul: What About Dems Who Say You're 'Way Too Controversial'?

In an interviewing with senate primary winner Rand Paul on Wednesday's CBS Early Show, co-host Maggie Rodriguez asked the Kentucky Republican about Democratic spin: "What do you say to Democrats ...

CBS's Schieffer: Elena Kagan 'Eminently Qualified,' But 'Nasty' GOP Will Oppose Her

During live CBS News coverage on Monday of President Obama's nomination of Solicitor General Elena Kagan to the Supreme Court, Face the Nation host Bob Schieffer argued that the Senate ...

MSNBC Host Asks Black GOP Candidate About 'Racist' Tea Parties

In Friday's 3PM ET hour of live coverage on MSNBC, anchor Peter Alexander asked black Republican congressional candidate Allen West of Florida about "aligning" with the tea party movement: "the ...
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