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The Nightly News' Curious Disinterest in the Midterm Elections

nationalreview.com — The Newsbusters guys chuckle at a CNBC discussion of the lack of network news coverage of the midterm elections, compared to 2006. The Media Research Center watched the network news broadcasts and counted up the news stories: "When Democrats were feeling good about their election prospects eight years ago, the CBS Evening News, NBC Nightly News, and ABC's World News aired a combined 159 campaign stories (91 full reports and another 68 stories that mentioned the campaign).

Ouch: BusinessWeek Calls Obama 'Too Cool for Crisis Management'

nationalreview.com — That is a heck of a cover image/gif, Bloomberg BusinessWeek. And probably about as bad an image as the Democrats could imagine, short of "VOTE GOP" in giant letters. Inside, the headline to Joshua Green's piece is, "Obama Is Too Cool for Crisis Management."

Come on, New Hampshire. Let's Make Sam Wang Eat a Bug.

nationalreview.com — People. Please. If Jeanne Shaheen (D) loses to Scott Brown (R) in NH-Sen, I promise to eat a bug. - Sam Wang (@SamWangPhD) August 22, 2014 CNN, out today: "A new CNN/ORC poll shows a statistical dead heat between New Hampshire Democratic Sen.

There's Good News for Oregon Republicans, But Not That Good News

nationalreview.com — Your friendly neighborhood Oregon-trotting campaign correspondent, in a piece written Tuesday night: Could Oregon governor John Kitzhaber, a three-term Democrat, lose his bid for reelection because of scandals involving his fiancée? After Kitzhaber survived a cavalcade of embarrassing and expensive failures of state government, could he lose to Republican Dennis Richardson because of the Oregon first lady's consulting business?

The Simple Closing Message: Americans Deserve Better Than This

nationalreview.com — Recent events tied a bow around a simple, powerful, and true closing message for Republicans running for Congress this year: The American people deserve to be treated better than the way their government treats them. People who like their doctors and health insurance deserve to keep them.

Obama Administration Released Illegal Immigrants Charged With Homicide

nationalreview.com — The opening section of the Morning Jolt spells out why Republicans would be fools to even consider any "comprehensive immigration reform" in the lame duck session... or before the end of the Obama administration, really...

What Does the GOP’s Big Lead in Nevada’s Early Vote Mean?

m.nationalreview.com — The early-vote figures in Nevada look phenomenally good for Republicans and phenomenally bad for Democrats. While Republicans may hope it's an early indicator of a wide-ranging national wave in favor of the GOP, there are some factors there that are unique to Nevada.

West Virginia Democrat, Managing Election Laws, Violates Own Rules

nationalreview.com — Of course: The state's chief election officer may have violated state election laws when she brought a group of supporters to the Kanawha County Voters Registration Office today. On Wednesday, the first day for early voting in West Virginia, Secretary of State Natalie Tennant, who is running for U.S.

Updated Early Vote Numbers for Colorado, Florida, Iowa and Louisiana

nationalreview.com — The Colorado Secretary of State announced today that 332,050 Coloradans have cast ballots already, and out of that total, 145,824 are registered Republicans, and 105,401 are registered Democrats. That translates to a 43.9 percent to 31.7 percent advantage for the GOP.

A Troublesome Beaver State

nationalreview.com — Portland, Ore. Could Oregon governor John Kitzhaber, a three-term Democrat, lose his bid for reelection because of scandals involving his fiancée? After Kitzhaber survived a cavalcade of embarrassing and expensive failures of state government, could he lose to Republican Dennis Richardson because of the Oregon first lady's consulting business?
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Oct 23, 2014

Lack of nightly news coverage of the midterms is probably largely ideological bias, with a few other factors: natl.re/1xeAkhG

Oct 23, 2014

The Nightly News’ Curious Disinterest in the Midterm Elections natl.re/1xeAkhG

Oct 23, 2014

RT @ErickaAndersen: The Simple Closing Message: Americans Deserve Better Than This (good one from my friend @jimgeraghty!) ----> !http://t…

Oct 23, 2014

Tomorrow's Very Special Episode of our pop culture podcast can be found here: natl.re/1pSm7r7 #TJAMS

Oct 23, 2014

Ebola Leaves New York, Complaining About High Cost of Living

Oct 23, 2014

The whole idea is that Hydra is full of ruthless guys loyal only to to their own ambition, and Charlie Crist is… wait, let me start over.

Oct 23, 2014

I know, I know, Charlie Crist isn't Hydra, he would never pledge loyalty to an organization and then suddenly flip to the opposition… wait.

Oct 23, 2014

Democrats, as the party of government, are all too willing to avert their eyes from the problems of government. natl.re/10qBc9e

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