The Times Finally Finds a "Furor" Around an Obama Pastor

Not the anti-American Rev. Jeremiah Wright, but the anti-gay marriage Rev. Rick Warren.

McCain Attacks on "Obama's Patriotism" Making "Old Advisers Wince"

David Kirkpatrick on McCain: "His campaign has pelted his rival with attacks that make some of his old advisers wince, like questioning Mr. Obama's patriotism or tying him to 'a domestic terrorist.'"

GOP Convention Reminded Reporter of "Belligerent" Buchanan Speech of '92

"The Republican National Convention this week in Minneapolis-St. Paul hardly measures up to the belligerence of Patrick J. Buchanan's 1992 call for a 'cultural war,' but some of the same refrains ...

Another Day, Another Republican Attacking "Obama's Patriotism"

The Times claims John McCain "initiated a series of attacks on Senator Barack Obama's patriotism..." - but again fails to back up the charge with a single example.

Conservatives Push "Punitive Measures" on Immigration in Platform

The Times' label-happy conservative-beat reporter uses the word "conservative" more often than the conjunction "and."

John McCain's Pro-War Stance on Iraq? Blame Nixon

A puzzling little piece goes after former POW John McCain for having the bad taste to praise Richard Nixon for improving the condition of POWs in North Vietnamese prison camps.

Big McCain Bombshell Fizzles Out

Conservatives and liberals alike don't think the Times came up with the goods in its long-awaited assault on John McCain - an awkward mix of innuendo and old news.

Loving Rush Limbaugh's Alleged Loss of Influence

The Times put a photo of Southern Baptist leader Richard Land above the online text showing him calling Limbaugh out of touch for criticizing GOP frontrunner John McCain.

Yeah! Winner Huckabee Deviates from "Republican Orthodoxy"

How to get the Times to like you: "In the final days of the race, Mr. Huckabee deviated further from what has been Republican orthodoxy. He stopped merely trumpeting the taxes that he cut in ...

The Religious Right Is Dead Again

David Kirkpatrick explains it all in an 8,000 word cover story for the magazine.
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