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Nagourney Sees Echoes of 1994 GOP Takeover

The Times gets excited about its latest poll's good news for Democrats: "The disdain for Congress is as intense as it has been since 1994...

GOP "Narrows Immigration Focus," says Carl Hulse...

...but earlier this month a Hulse headline said the GOP had "Set Aside Work on Immigration" altogether. So is the focus narrowing or widening?

The Editorial Page Gets Hysterical Over Voter ID Requirements

"One of the cornerstones of the Republican Party's strategy for winning elections these days is voter suppression, intentionally putting up barriers between eligible voters and the ballot box."

NBC Briefly Covers Oil Price Plummet

But anchor Brian Williams skeptical about further price drops.

Unions: Good Ol' Days or Part of Ford's Demise?

Network reporters yearn for the days of steady jobs, overlooking hefty pay and benefits demanded by unionized workers.

Adam Nagourney: Republicans Are Doomed, Take 27

"Republicans face additional peril from a public distressed at a Republican-controlled Congress that accomplished little this year," and the intra-party tussle over interrogating terrorism ...

Fear Factor: A Times Critic on Judge Richard Posner's "Chilling Book"

Two law professor/bloggers are not impressed with Kakutani's "arguments" against libertarian Judge Posner's provacative take on liberty in an age of terrorism.

So Much for That Sophisticated Times Readership

When it comes to liberal hostility and paranoia, blog commenters at the Times give the Daily Kos kids a run for their money

Head to Head: Post, Times Produce Opposite Headlines from Same Retail Report

Post downbeat about Christmas shopping while NY Times has positive outlook.

Wal-Mart Still Can't Catch a Break

Wal-Mart can't even get good press about its drive to sell more organic milk.
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