Democrats

Networks Briefly Note Dem Mayor's Conviction, Yet Ignored Her Trial

Imagine if you will that former Alaska governor Sarah Palin was accused of taking gift cards donated to her office for redistribution to needy constituents and using them instead for a personal ...

Times Plays Catch-Up to Washington Post on Congressional Ethics Scoop

A big lead-story scoop from the Washington Post becomes a Page 22 piece in Friday's New York Times.

Times' Latest Heavily Pro-Democratic Poll Still Finds Resistance to Obama-Care

In the paper's latest poll that oversamples Democrats, Adam Nagourney does some spinning for Obama's agenda and oversimplifies opposition to "death panels" and access by illegals to government ...

Dodd Cleared of Wrongdoing - Times Suddenly Remembers He's a Democrat

How convenient for the liberal senator from Connecticut.

Support Slipping for Obama Health Care, Times Still Sees "Strong Desire" for Reform

In its latest poll, the Times sees a "strong desire to get something done" on health control - i.e., more government control. But support has been stronger in recent years, and nothing was done. ...

ABC Buries Democratic IDs in Story on Massive Dem Corruption in NJ

ABC's Ron Claiborne on Saturday managed to file a report on vast Democratic corruption in the state of New Jersey and, at the same time, not once use the word Democrat. While reporting on an ...

The Times Keeps Forgetting Troubled Sen. Dodd Is a Democrat

A tough story on liberal Democratic Sen. Chris Dodd is marred by an old problem: Nowhere in the story is Dodd directly indentified as a Democrat.

Eliot Spitzer on MSNBC: Dems Only Appoint Moderates to Supreme Court

While discussing the appointment of Sonia Sotomayor to the Supreme Court on MSNBC Monday, guest Eliot Spitzer made a startling observation: "Democratic presidents nominate very centrist justices ...

Another Huge Pro-Democrat Disparity in a NYT/CBS Poll

In the latest NYT poll, a small gap of two points in how poll respondents identified themselves (34%-32% Democrats over Republicans) became a yawning 14-point gap (38%-24%) after the poll was ...
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