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Stolberg Endorses Democratic Views of High-Handed Bush

Sheryl Gay Stolberg on Bush: "From the outset of his presidency, Mr. Bush treated the Republican-run Congress like a tool at his disposal."

The Times' Two Favorite Republicans

Senators McCain and Hagel, two of Bush's prominent critics, get a flattering closeup.

Life Is Convenient When You Define 'Truth'

Conservative weakness has allowed global warming movement to get away with political murder.

Bush Interfering with Government Climate Science, Says Unlabeled Left-Wing Group

Cornelia Dean uses a left-wing report to hit the administration: "Under its new Democratic chairman, Representative Henry A. Waxman of California, the House Committee on Oversight and Government ...

It's a "Caricature" to Call Nancy Pelosi Liberal?

Robin Toner: "For Ms. Pelosi, relentlessly caricatured by the Republicans last year as a hard-edged, tax-raising liberal, the image of mother and grandmother takes the edge off the ideological ...

New York Times Spins Leftist Social Agenda into 'Governing from the Center'

Promoting high-octane social liberalism is not centrist government.

Democrats Seeking "Middle Ground"?

But the Times' idea of "governing from the center" includes minimum-wage hikes and increasing education aid.

"Lifelong Republican" No Average Joe Sestak Supporter

The Times quotes a "lifelong Republican" at an American Legion post in Pennsylvania opposing Bush's plan for more troops - but doesn't inform readers that not only did the Republican vote for the ...

Pelosi Wins Speakership, Times Rubs It In

John Broder: "[Republican leader John] Boehner sat glum and unmoving in his seat for much of the hour it took to record the vote that put Mrs. Pelosi in the speaker's chair."

Bush Still President, Times Disturbed

Jim Rutenberg: Bush is "the man who all but ignored the disputed circumstances of his election in 2000, governed from then as if he had an expansive mandate...."
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