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  • The "Occupy Wall Street" protest movement, based in New York City and inspiring similar protests across the country, has been described as the left's response to the tea party.

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  • In some but not all cases, the reactions were more pointed than that; at Rush Limbaugh's blog, the headline referred to the "left's racist hit job" against Mr. Cain.

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  • The Court unanimously struck down one of the legal left's most destructive theories, and not a moment too soon.

    . . . And the Climate Tort Cashiered

  • Shortly after Kaufman resigned, West, who is black, blamed the controversy on the left's "racism" and "misogynistic behavior."

    Allen West: 'I didn't learn anything' from aide controversy

  • While nobody has laid out a case for this new 3rd party yet, I believe they will be an integral part of a new free-market healthcare system and allow free market advocates to counter the left's argument that nobody can fulfill that role but the doctor, combined of course with their beloved solution to every problem, the government.

    Kevin Drum's Turkish Bazaar, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • The article by Massie, a former Daily Telegraph Washington correspondent, will not help Limbaugh who sought to portray my blog as an example of the left's media bias against Palin.

    Rush Limbaugh: wrong on Margaret Thatcher and Sarah Palin

  • Ever since the 1970's, the media declared it was the people speaking and acting on their own if it furthered the left's agenda.

    GOP turns tables on Democrats

  • She WILL be a FORCE in the next election. .she ABSOLUTELY "relates" to the average American tax paying and voting citizen ... of course NOT the Illegal Aliens since she doesn't sponsor the left's GIVE AWAY PROGRAMS.

    CNN Poll: Favorable view of Palin dipping

  • On the eve of the Socialist party's summer conference in the seaside town of La Rochelle, where six rival candidates for the presidential nomination will gather this weekend, some felt the return of the left's former champion was an unwelcome distraction.

    Dominique Strauss-Kahn will fly home to a France divided over his reputation

  • The party said an estimated two million people participated in the nationwide primaries, which were open to all French adults willing to pay at least €1 $1.34 and pledge they adhere to the left's values.

    French Socialists Head for Runoff


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