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NYT's Rohter Finds Parallel Between Tea Party and Chilean Dictator Gen. Pinochet

Larry Rohter sees a parallel between Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet and the Tea Party-Koch brothers: "In Chile the debate about 'No' has also been complicated by noncinematic issues, ...
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Karl Rove vs. the "Far Right"

The New York Times announces Rove is for "conservative victory"? This isn’t even attempted by those who were never conservatives to begin with.
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The Media vs. the "Gun Lobby," Like "Defeating the Nazis" or Fighting Southern Segregationists

Liberal reporters cast themselves on the righteous side of the gun control battle, with CBS's Bob Schieffer comparing the job of "taking on the gun lobby" to the hunt for Osama bin Laden and ...
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New York Times Reporter Lays Out 'Far-Right Agenda' of Texas Tea Party

Reporter Manny Fernandez let his readers know what he really thinks about the Tea Party in Texas: "The far-right agenda of grass-roots and Tea Party activists has come to dominate the Republican ...
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Timothy Egan, Former NYT Reporter, Takes on 'Wacko' GOP Congress, 'Tea Party Extremists'

Former Times reporter Timothy Egan: "A new Congress, sworn in Thursday, will be less crazy than the old one by only a few degrees of wacko. Gone, at least, are a deadbeat dad and a longtime ...
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ABC Skips Occupy Connection to Terror Case, But Falsely Smeared Tea Partier as Mass Killer

ABC News, the same network which falsely linked the Tea Party to a mass killing in Colorado, on Wednesday ignored an alleged connection between Occupy Wall Street and a wealthy New York City ...
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NYTimes Op-ed Celebrates Sole African-American Senator as 'Token,' Human Equivalent of Poll Tax

A New York Times op-ed offensively marked the appointment of South Carolina Republican Rep. Tim Scott, an African-American, to the U.S. Senate: "...modern black Republicans have been more tokens ...
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CBS Can't Make Up Its Mind - Tea Party Still 'Powerful' or 'Weakened'?

On Monday's CBS This Morning, Norah O'Donnell seemed unsure about the extent of Tea Party's political influence. During an interview of former House Majority Leader Dick Armey, O'Donnell first ...
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CBS: 'Most Conservative' DeMint Backed 'Far-Right' Republicans; Fails to Label Liberal Colbert

Nancy Cordes couldn't have made outgoing Senator Jim DeMint's conservative credentials clearer on Friday's CBS This Morning, labeling the South Carolina Republican "one of the most conservative ...
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