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Book Review: NYT Reporter Kate Zernike, Tea Party Book Author, Still Finding Racism

In "Boiling Mad," her new book on the Tea Party, New York Times reporter Kate Zernike proves she still has a sharp eye for Tea Party racism, no matter how unsubstantiated, blaming the movement for ...

Book Review: Kate Zernike, Tea Party Book Author, Still Finding Racism Everywhere

In "Boiling Mad," her new book on the Tea Party, reporter Kate Zernike proves she still has a sharp eye for Tea Party racism, no matter how unsubstantiated, blaming the Tea Party movement for any ...

Times Reporters Let Their Liberal Instincts Loose on Podcast

Jeff Zeleny on why people think Obama is a Muslim: "Rush Limbaugh talks about it all the time." No, he doesn't. And financial writer Floyd Norris reminisces: "One thing that struck me about this ...

Savannah Guthrie's Soak-the-Rich Obsession: Higher Taxes Only Means of Lowering Deficits

'The Daily Rundown' co-host exhibits pattern of behavior by arguing that not raising taxes is 'deficit spending.'

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 ...

Paul Krugman Suddenly Remembers the Huge Deficit to Defend Tax Hike on the Wealthy

Krugman switches principles. After years of insisting Obama's deficits weren't a problem, he uses the issue as a hammer to viciously attack Republican Senate leader Mitch McConnell's "extortion" - ...

James McKinley Jr. Leads the Cheers for Texas Gov. Candidate Against GOP's Rick Perry

McKinley shows his continuing faith in Democrat Bill White: "Yet recent polls suggest Texas has a horse race for the governor's office after all. The Democratic candidate, former Mayor Bill White ...

ABC Champions White House's 'Greatest Hits of the Stimulus Program,' Sawyer Trumpets 'We Have the List!'

ABC whored itself out Thursday night to an effort by the White House to prove its "stimulus" spending created a lot of jobs. "Still ahead on World News," an easily impressed Diane Sawyer hyped, ...

ABC Promote Kimmel Masturbation Jokes as 'News'

Network's obsession with candidates' views on sex takes precedent over substance, maturity.

High School Textbooks Whitewash Islam, Criticize Christianity in Texas

Resolution claims books 'sanitize' definition of jihad, ignore history of Muslim violence.