Tag Archives: Partisan Politics
Is it the end of an era?Exit Olympia Snow and Andrew Breibart By Danny Schechter / The Rag Blog / March 6, 2012 There was an eerie synchronicity in the pending resignation of veteran Maine Senator Olympia Snowe, a Republican … finish reading Danny Schechter : Exit Snow and Breitbart: End of an Era?
Bunch of partisan baloney?GOP census knockoff and Dem rejoinderBy Larry Ray / The Rag Blog / March 12, 2010 ‘Breaking News: House Bans GOP FAKE Census Surveys’The headline on the email sent by the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, DCCC, forwarded … finish reading Realm of the Census : Partisan Fundraising Fracas
Fighting Delusion: Attention to Political NewsBy Joel Hirschhorn / October 2, 2009 You may be surprised, as I was, that a recent poll found that more Americans than ever are paying attention to national political news. But this does not … finish reading Surprising Facts About Who’s Watching What
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) (2nd R) talks about tax legislation during a news event with (L-R) Rep. Gary Peters (D-MI), Majority Leader Rep. Steny Hoyer (D-MD), Ways and Means Committee Chairman Rep. Charles Rangel (D-NY) and Rep. … finish reading What Will We See with the Democratic Majority? Probably Not Much …
Class struggle lives on cable TVBy Roger Baker / The Rag Blog / October 2, 2008 See ‘A Surge on One Channel, a Tight Race on Another,’ by Jim Rutenberg; and a comment by The Rag Blog’s Thorne Dreyer, Below. … finish reading FOX and MSNBC : Waging Ideological Warfare on the Boob Toob