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Iowa's Quad City Times Endorses Mitt Romney

Iowa's Quad City Times Endorses Mitt Romney

Iowa’s Quad City Times, one of that swing’s states most important newspapers, endorsed Mitt Romney for President on Sunday. In 2008 the paper endorsed Barack Obama: We invested heavily in hope back in 2008. Our 2012 endorsement of Mitt Romney

New Hampshire's Nashua Telegraph Endorses Romney

New Hampshire's Nashua Telegraph Endorses Romney

The Nashua Telegraph, one of New Hampshire’s largest and most influential newspapers, endorsed Mitt Romney for President Wednesday. The paper endorsed Barack Obama in 2008: Four years ago, with little hesitation, we endorsed then-Sen. Barack Obama to become the 44th president

Katrina Part II: NYT Exploits Storm to Criticize Romney

Katrina Part II: NYT Exploits Storm to Criticize Romney

Sixteen are confirmed dead and at least 6.5 million are without power because of hurricane Sandy at this point, yet the New York Times is using the storm to score brownie points with voters a week before the presidential election. According

Hidden Nugget for Romney in NPR Poll

Hidden Nugget for Romney in NPR Poll

National Public Radio has released a new poll that shows Republican Mitt Romney with a slim one-point lead over President Barack Obama–an eight-point swing since before the First Presidential Debate. NPR says the presidential race is “too close to call.”

Fact Check: WaPo Calls Romney Jeep Ad 'Correct'

Fact Check: WaPo Calls Romney Jeep Ad 'Correct'

The Washington Post Fact Checker has declared that Mitt Romney’s television ad about Jeep production being moved overseas, which has “hurt” the “feelings” of the Obama campaign and the left, is “factually defensible” and “technically correct.”  Actually, the Fact Checker’s Glenn

Spinning Polls, Obama Campaign Gets Testy with Reporters

Spinning Polls, Obama Campaign Gets Testy with Reporters

Leading Obama campaign strategists addressed reporters gruffly on a hastily convened conference call this morning, attempting to spin drifting poll numbers into a coherent message. “We’re winning this race,” senior political strategist David Axelrod insisted, citing early voting data. He

Chicago Daily Herald Endorses Romney

Chicago Daily Herald Endorses Romney

On Sunday, the Chicago Daily Herald, the second largest daily newspaper in metropolitan Chicago, endorsed Mitt Romney for President in 2012. In 2008, the Daily Herald endorsed hometown Senator Barack Obama for President: In endorsing Illinois’ favorite son in 2008,

Los Angeles Daily News Endorses Romney

Los Angeles Daily News Endorses Romney

On Saturday the Daily News, the second largest daily newspaper in the metropolitan Los Angeles area, endorsed Mitt Romney for President in 2012. In 2008 the Daily News endorsed Barack Obama: FOUR years ago, as America faced serious trouble at

Four Major Iowa Newspapers Endorse Romney

Four Major Iowa Newspapers Endorse Romney

Four of the major newspapers in Iowa have all endorsed Mitt Romney. Led by the Des Moines Register endorsement of Romney yesterday, the Cedar Rapids Gazette, Quad City Times, and Sioux City Journal have all followed suit. The Register, which

Media Blackout: Why Obama Dodged the Libya Question

Media Blackout: Why Obama Dodged the Libya Question

President Obama ran into a buzzsaw yesterday while doing a round-robin of satellite interviews with local news outlets in crucial swing states — and by “buzzsaw,” I mean that rare form of species known as a “real reporter.” Kyle Clark

For Sale: Current TV, Slightly Watched

For Sale: Current TV, Slightly Watched

After inventing the Internet, Al Gore hoped to re-invent TV when he helped found the Current TV network. Now the struggling network is admitting that it is looking to put itself up for sale. Current TV CEO Joel Hyatt told

News Outlets Mostly Ignore Dunham Ad, Controversy

News Outlets Mostly Ignore Dunham Ad, Controversy

The release yesterday of an Obama for America ad featuring Lena Dunham discussing her “first time” in a voting booth caused a flare on Twitter yesterday, but for the most part the major media has ignored the ad and the