Republicans

Times Enters Michael Moore Fantasyland with Criticism of Romney's Sons

Why didn't Mitt Romney send his own sons into Iraq?

Giuilani Tweaks the Times, Reporters Get Huffy

The Times calls itself one of the GOP's "favorite targets" in response to a mild crack from Rudy Giuliani about the paper's anti-war stance.

A "Surprise"? Internet-Savvy GOP'ers Want a YouTube Debate

Plus: Andrew Sullivan, "conservative"? Since when?

Fred Thompson's "Trophy Wife"

Susan Saulny answers the question no one is asking: "Is America ready for a president with a trophy wife? The question may seem sexist, even crass, but serious people - as well as Mr. Thompson's ...

GOP "Once Marched in Lockstep" with Bush, Now Revolting

Sheryl Gay Stolberg finds Stepford Republicans and a power-hungry president: "...for a president who once had almost absolute control over his own party and a proclivity to employ his power ...

Grand, Old, and Pitiful

When the Senate Commerce Committee held a hearing on children and TV violence on June 26, it was the Democrats taking the entertainment industry to task as socially irresponsible, while ...

"Republican Message Machine" of Talk Radio, Racists Fight Immigration Bill

Jeff Zeleny finds scary, racist Republicans harassing senators: "At the heart of the opposition rests conservative hosts on talk radio and cable television, which often are a muscular if untamed ...

CNN's Velshi: Oil companies 'getting off free'

'American Morning' business reporter also knocks GOP for opposition to major new tax.

Cheap Shot Alert on Earmarks

David Kirkpatrick zings the GOP in his lead sentence.

GOP Must "Atone" for Conservative "Death Grip"

Repent, GOP, says Book Review Editor Sam Tanenhaus: "The G.O.P.'s embrace of the conservative movement is beginning, some say, to resemble a death grip. But there have been no signs of atonement ...
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