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Hostile Reporter Kate Zernike Insists 'Tea Party Fervor' Creating Opportunities...for Democrats

More Democratic wishful thinking on the front page. Reporter Kate Zernike helpfully points out several apparent vulnerable Republican candidates backed by the Tea Party: "The battle in Delaware is ...

Hulse: GOP Senate of 'Accidental Senators,' 'Fire-Breathing Conservatives,' While Dems Are 'Notable Lawmakers'

Congressional reporter Carl Hulse puts his thumb on the partisan seesaw: He sees the possibility of "a cadre of fire-breathing conservatives" coming to power in the Senate in November, much like ...

Running Scared? A Sour Times Editorial Hits GOP 'Insurgents From the Far Right'

Running scared? A sour, factless Times editorial lashes out at conservatives for being conservative: "Republican insurgents from the far right did well in Tuesday's primaries. What their campaigns ...

Oops: Sen. Lisa Murkowski's 'Comfortable Lead Heading Into the Primary' Not Really Panning Out

Damien Cave assumes too much in Alaska: "...Senator Lisa Murkowski also faced an insurgent candidate, the Tea Party favorite Joe Miller, but after outspending him significantly she appeared to ...

CBS 'Early Show': Can Obama Fix 'Image Problem' and Bring Back 'Campaign Magic'?

Opening Saturday's CBS Early Show, co-host Chris Wragge proclaimed: "Image Problem: The President is on vacation and under fire. From the jobless numbers to the Mosque mess ' why is the man with ...

CBS's Erica Hill to Ann Coulter: Will Mosque Issue 'Go Away' Before November Elections?

Speaking to conservative commentator Ann Coulter on Thursday's CBS Early Show, fill-in co-host Erica Hill seemed to hope the Ground Zero mosque controversy had run its course: "Does it go away or ...

Questions to Political Panel from CBS's Schieffer Focus on GOP Problems 6 to 1

In a discussion of the midterm elections on Sunday's Face the Nation, CBS host Bob Schieffer asked members of his political panel a total of seven questions, six of which highlighted Republican ...

Gail Collins Goes After John Boehner, Joe the Plumber, and Pool-Hall Owners

Watch as the Times' columnist, in a full-force snob-a-thon, exposes the self-evident silliness of plumbers, pool-hall owners, and the majority of Missourians opposed to Obama-care.

Kirk Johnson, Once Again, Uncovers an Anti-Conservative Backlash Out West

Reporter Kirk Johnson plugs for a Colorado Democrat congresswoman who "said she hoped talk [of the "rabid tone" of the Tea Party movement] would work to her advantage and that of other Democrats. ...

As Dems Go to War, Hulse Helpfully Notes GOP's 'More Extreme Positions'

And Hulse is helping them do it: "Calculating that moderate and independent voters might be turned off by some of the more extreme positions postulated by Tea Party types and Republican ...
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