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Four-term incumbent Arizona Senator John McCain handily won the GOP nomination to U.S. Senate, and media analysts have different explanations for why.
27 Aug 2010
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Tea Party-backed candidates Christine O’Donnell and Carl Paladino won Republican primaries Tuesday. Now, GOP analysts worry fringe candidates will ruin the party’s chances in November.
17 Sep 2010
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In the latest edition of the Rolling Stone Magazine, President Obama once again has some harsh words for Fox News.
30 Sep 2010
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26 Oct 2010
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Michigan Republican Saul Anuzis says he'll challenge Michael Steele for chairmanship of the Republican National Committee.
13 Nov 2010
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17 Jan 2011
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Transcript by Newsy**** BY TRACY PFEIFFER You're watching multisource political video news analysis from Newsy. (applause) PRIEBUS: “Thank you! All right, one time! Thank you very much!” (bangs gavel) (Video: CNN) After seven ballots, the Republican National Committee elected Wisconsin GOP chair Reince Priebus as their new leader. The Milwuakee lawyer defeated current RNC chairman Michael Steele and three other candidates for the coveted seat. A writer for the Daily Caller says, he had it from the start. “He had 44 public commitments from members, more than double that of any other candidate. Current chairman Michael Steele had the second most supporters.” Priebus comes into the position with an impressive record. He was at the helm of the Wisconsin Republicans in 2010, when they unseated Democratic Senator Russ Feingold, also capturing the governorship and two House seats. (Video: WISN) Despite heading up Steele’s campaign in 2009, Priebus -- like many other Republicans -- later distanced himself from the chairman. And New York Daily News reports, simply NOT being Michael Steele may have been his biggest selling point. “Priebus ... is known to party members as a mild-mannered, low-profile leader. In other words, he is thought to be an exact opposite to the gaffe-prone Steele.” And a writer for the Guardian says... “[Priebus] mostly campaigned on a promise to raise money and otherwise keep his mouth shut. It was a not-too-subtle way of saying Reince Priebus was no longer a Man of Steele.” But not everyone sees it that way -- specifically the Tea Party, who experts say view Priebus as more of the same from the GOP. The Tea Party Nation tweeted: “Priebus elected chair of RNC. Welcome to Michael Steele 2.0.” But on NPR, a member of the Tea Party-affiliated Freedom Works praised Priebus’ work with the Tea Party during his tenure in Wisconsin. "In some states, you know, you have really this disconnect between the grass roots and the establishment in the Party, and you just don't see that in places like Wisconsin. And I think you don't see that with a guy like Reince." Whatever the case, Priebus has already pointed to a goal Republicans and Tea Partiers can all agree on... PRIEBUS: “Together, we can defeat Barack Obama in 2012, together, unified as a committee.” Get more multisource political video news analysis from Newsy.
18 Jan 2011
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Cenk Uygur (MSNBC/The Young Turks host) explains how a former longtime Fox News employee revealed incredibly damaging information about the network to Media Matters under the condition of anonimity.
11 Feb 2011
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BY ALYSSA CARTEE AND ALISON SCHUTZ You're watching multisource U.S. news analysis from Newsy In a race that has yet to begin, Donald Trump is in first place. The Donald leads among GOP would-be presidential hopefuls. Maybe, because of that, not everyone in the Grand Old Party is cheering him on. Prominent conservatives like commentator Charles Krauthammer have questioned the seriousness of a Trump campaign -- going so far as to call him the GOP’s Al Sharpton. That's led some political analysts to conclude -- that’s because the Republican establishment perceives a threat. NBC reports Trump’s opponents have either ignored him or played nice. But correspondent Savannah Guthrie says he just doesn’t cut it for everyone. GUTHRIE: “...other prominent conservatives have not held back, saying his flip-flops on the issues and insistence on questioning the president's place of birth rob him of any credibility.” ROVE: “Let him get his attention on ‘The Apprentice,’ but I don't think he's doing the things necessary to be taken seriously by the American people.” Politico reports the fiscally conservative activist group Club for Growth has also been on the attack -- saying Trump’s economic policy isn’t even conservative. But the article quotes a former Trump advisor as saying the attacks won’t stop his momentum. “The group has devoted two days to striking the New York developer, first accusing him of being a ‘liberal’ before turning to his use of eminent domain laws in his real estate deals. It's causing some raised eyebrows about why an undeclared potential candidate has become such a target for the powerful group.” But The New Republic’s Ed Kilgore doesn’t think Republican efforts to downplay Trump’s candidacy will work. “The Republican establishment ... launched an all-out effort to tar him. … But the truth is that their effort may be a lost cause … GOP voters' hunger for radicalism is so great that it can be filled by essentially anybody. Kill off Trump's candidacy and the demand will remain …” Trump seems nonplussed by the negativity. He has already said if he doesn’t win the GOP nomination - he’ll consider running as an Independent. Follow Newsy_Videos on Twitter Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
23 Apr 2011
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While the popularity of the monarchy may have been on the wane for many years none the less lots of people love a wedding, a party or a day off. But media hacks find it all rather distasteful and their snobbery extends to public parties and ‘ghastly punters’ planning to make the most of the day. WORLDbytes intrepid reporters hit the streets to investigate whether the public share this elitist disdain, if republicanism is alive and well or if cynicism is now more corrosive then old fashioned flag waving.
29 Apr 2011
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Mitt Romney came out today and gave a big speech at University of Michigan.
18 May 2011
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2012 Republican presidential hopeful Newt Gingrich was forcefully questioned by Bob Schieffer on Face The Nation. Cenk Uygur breaks it down.
25 May 2011
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