Racism

NYT's Powell Claims McCain Camp Started Race Card "Furor"

"Senator Barack Obama is a man of few rhetorical stumbles..."? Michael Powell's front-page report on Obama and the race card gets off to a bad start.

NYT Calls McCain Ad Racist, McCain Camp Likens Editors to Kos Kids

Give me a break: "The ad gave us an uneasy feeling that the McCain campaign was starting up the same sort of racially tinged attack on Mr. Obama that Republican operatives ran against Harold Ford, ...

Jesse Helms' "Hard-Edged Conservatism" Opposed to Everything Good

No love for the "right-wing" senator from North Carolina: "Jesse Helms...whose courtly manner and mossy drawl barely masked a hard-edged conservatism that opposed civil rights, gay rights, foreign ...

Frank Rich on Karl Rove the Racist

"Last week Mr. Rove caricatured him as the elitist 'guy at the country club with the beautiful date.' Provocative as it is to inject Mr. Obama into a setting historically associated with white ...

Obsessing Over Republican Race Cards Against Obama

Marcus Mabry on the GOP's suspicious camapaign schemes.

Drop Out Hillary, You're Winning Too Many Votes

Patrick Healy on the latest argument for Hillary to clear the path for St. Obama: "One longtime friend and adviser, Roger Altman, an official in the Clinton Treasury Department, recently urged ...

Nossiter Again Accuses Southern GOP of Racist Appeals

Adam Nossiter: "Hoping to hang on to a Congressional seat in a tight special election here on Tuesday, Republicans in this mostly white and very conservative district are trying to make the vote ...

Religion: How ABC Loathes Thee

Boston Legal episode is a vehicle for anti-religious propaganda under the guise of entertainment.

On Crucial Primary Day, the Times Definitely Tilts Toward Obama

Sarcastically criticizing Hillary, the Times unleashes its inner Republican: "She raises eyebrows and arms in exaggerated indignation. Students who take jobs they do not particularly want after ...

The Times Doesn't Delve Into Jeremiah Wright's Wackiness

The Times' front-page story found Wright a little daffy but essentially harmless: "...a rich, stem-winding brew of black history, Scripture, hallelujahs and hermeneutics."
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