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USA Today Frets Over the Possible Loss of (Democratic) Women in Congress

A headline in USA Today on Monday worried, "Elections are likely to trim number of women in Congress." It wasn't until the 15th paragraph of Susan Page's story that the numerous female Republican ...

Cave Questions Why Critics of Conservative Marco Rubio Aren't Getting Through

Reporter Damien Cave innocently ponders why criticisms of conservative Florida Senate candidate Marco Rubio aren't penetrating. What criticisms? Glad you asked: "Another detail that has surprised ...

Times Bashes 'GOP Pledge,' Just Like It Did the GOP's 'Contract With America' in 1994

Will the new "GOP Pledge" help Republicans in November? Of course not! Here's David Herszenhorn in a story originally headlined: Some Say G.O.P. Pledge to Voters Would Increase Deficit. "But even ...

GOP Faces Hurdles on Obama-Care Repeal: 'The Law Responds to a Genuine Need' and 'Saves Money'

Health reporter Robert Pear passes along some questionable, out-dated "hurdles" that he claims stand in the way of a repeal of Obama-care: "The law responds to a genuine need....The health care ...

Mayor Bloomberg Seeks to Bolster 'Center'...By Supporting Joe Sestak and Lincoln Chafee?

The Times leads Sunday with the soothing "moderation" of NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg against harmful Tea Party anger: "In an election year when anger and mistrust have upended races across the ...

Times Reporters Advise GOP To Keep Its Distance From Tea Party, Democrats to Mock It

Scoping out Republican party prospects, Kate Zernike condescends to the Tea Party: "So you're a Republican candidate and you want to take advantage of the Tea Party energy that jolted once-sleepy ...

Both Parties Equally Vulnerable in November? Hardly

The Times tries to buck up the Democrats for November: "But the latest New York Times/CBS News poll also finds that while voters rate the performance of Democrats negatively, they view Republicans ...

Times Fears 'Small Cadre' of 'Deep-Pocketed' GOP Donors Will 'Buy the Election'

Paranoia will destroy ya. Reporter Michael Luo's front-page fears for Democrats: "The yawning gap in independent interest group spending is alarming some Democratic officials, who argue that it ...

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 ...

Bartiromo: GOP-Controlled House 'Most Important Near-Term Catalyst' for Economy

CNBC 'Closing Bell' anchor says Republicans in charge of Congress would be a positive for stock market.
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