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If A Liberal And A Tea Partier Had Been Aboard The Titanic

January 28, 2011 politisite 0

What would the Moderate have said?  We will wait till folks stop yelling and make an agreement about a mode of action by using a committee process.  Read this comical post on the NewsReal Blog Tea Partier: Alert the captain! There’s a huge iceberg up ahead and we’re headed straight for it! If we don’t turn the ship aside now, we’re doomed! Liberal: Well, that’s not a very popular message. […]

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How the Left Interpreted the Midterms

November 18, 2010 politisite 0

For 34-year-old Adam Green, the midterm elections were not a repudiation of liberalism but a rejection of Barack Obama’s accommodating style. “The only way to get the Republicans to the table,” he says, “is to punch them in the face real hard on one issue.” So when he read this month about White House aides conceding that they would likely support a tax-cut extension for the richest 2% of Americans […]

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Obama didn't learn a thing from the election: Vows to Redouble Effort on Core Principles

November 16, 2010 politisite 0

En route back to Washington after a 10-day trip overseas, President Obama was introspective about his first two years in office.  The president told reporters aboard Air Force One that he had an “obsessive focus” on policy and he will now “redouble” efforts to get back to his core principles. Obama said he “neglected” things that matter a lot to Americans in his rush to get major legislation passed. He […]

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Top Ten Liberal Biased American Journalists

July 16, 2010 politisite 0

Number 10: Neil Steinberg, Chicago Sun-Times As a citizen of the state with one of the worst economic climates in the country, one with an ex-governor in jail and another likely headed there (to add to the other two that once sat behind bars), the state with the worst budget crisis in the nation, I have to nominate at least one Illinois journo to the list of most left-biased. Naturally, […]