Campaign2006

Relishing Conservative Feuds on the Front Page

David Kirkpatrick answers the question: How many "conservatives" can fit inside a front-page story?

Give It Up, GOP

"The omens in the poll were almost uniformly grim for the president and his party."

"Strident" vs. "Civil Rights"

No contest: "A strident anti-illegal-immigration group" is pitted against "a civil rights group" that's actually a Hispanic advocacy group.

Good News for GOP: Paul Krugman Sees Potential Tidal Wave of Democrats.

Krugman: "So if the Democrats win, they'll probably have a substantial majority."

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 ...

"Some Say Bush Is Politicizing Terrorism"

And some say the Times wants very badly for the Democrats to take back the House and Senate.

"Rove's Word Is No Longer G.O.P. Gospel"

Scary stuff: "Indeed, Democrats - aware of Mr. Rove's reputation for pulling out all the stops when necessary and his ability to call on a shadow political machine of interest groups and donors to ...

GOP Warnings of Democratic House Takeover: "More Than a Whiff of Bigotry"

Carl Hulse: "Democrats and others call it a tired scare tactic with more than a whiff of bigotry because Republicans often point to gay and black Democrats who would lead committees." And don't ...

Carl Hulse Spreads More Democratic Optimism

The Times' home page links directly to a Democratic campaign ad hosted by the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee.
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