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Nagourney May Have Jumped the Gun on RNC's 'Lagging Fundraising'

On the morning the RNC announced impressive donation figures for the month of March, chief political reporter Adam Nagourney goes after beleagured RNC chairman Michael Steele for, among other ...

NYT's Nagourney Runs With Anti-Limbaugh David Frum to Show 'Drawbacks' of GOP's Obama-Care Opposition

For New York Times reporter Adam Nagourney, "several Republicans" translates as Limbaugh critic David Frum plus a prominent Democrat. Plus: "Republicans find themselves again being portrayed as ...

Nagourney Runs With Anti-Limbaugh David Frum to Show 'Drawbacks' of GOP's Obama-Care Opposition

For Adam Nagourney, "several Republicans" evidently translates as "David Frum plus a prominent Democrat." Plus: "And in a week when Democrats are celebrating the passage of a historic piece of ...

Adam Nagourney Says Citizens Don't Care About 'Deem and Pass,' Just Typical 'Procedural Stuff'

The paper's chief political reporter questions if citizens really care about how Congress passes the most intrusive piece of legislation in a generation: "Does anyone really care if the bill is ...

Dems Still Making Hay Out of Unflattering NYT Profile of Republican Senate Leader Mitch McConnell

The DNC will release an ad to air in D.C. this weekend based on a profile of Mitch McConnell pitching the Senate minority leader as an Obama-care obstructionist.

GOP Leader Mitch McConnell, Not Obama-Care, to Blame for Voters Cynicism

Voter cynicism? Blame that obstructionist Republican leader Mitch McConnell: "In the process, Mr. McConnell, 68, a Kentuckian more at home plotting tactics in the cloakroom than writing ...

At CPAC, NY Times Foreshadows Republican Troubles, Leaves Off Initial Racial Stereotype Charge

Reporter Kate Zernike's accusations of racial stereotyping by a speaker at the Conservative Political Action Conference didn't make it into the print version of her story.

Of Course: Times Foreshadows Republican Troubles at CPAC (But No Racism?)

Kate Zernike's accusations of racial stereotyping by Jason Mattera, a speaker at the Conservative Political Action Conference don't make it into the print edition of the Times.

Nagourney Thinks GOP Will Fall Short of Previously Impossible Dream: Senate Takeover

You don't say: "G.O.P. Dream of Gaining Senate Control Faces Significant Hurdles," reads Adam Nagourney's latest political memo. But just two months ago no one was even talking about such a thing. ...

Darn That 'Unyielding Partisanship' Making 'Centrist' Dem Evan Bayh Retire

Reporter Adam Nagourney nodded along to the Democratic-friendly idea that "centrist" Democratic Sen. Evan Bayh's retirement was about "unyielding partisanship" in Congress, not the grim prospects ...
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