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$arah, Inc.: Palin Enters the Burgeoning Right-Wing Marketplacenew

Thanks to the election of Barack Obama and a heavily Democratic Congress, the conservative industry is, despite the recession, experiencing boom times. Palin is poised to be the hottest brand to ever hit that market.
Boston Phoenix  |  David Bernstein  |  07-15-2009  |  Politics

The DeLay Scandal Turns Sixnew

We catch up with the players from the infamous scandals surrounding the former House majority leader. Although some resulting lawsuits -- and DeLay's shady redistricting -- have not been resolved, they have pulled back the curtains on Texas' 2002 elections.
The Texas Observer  |  Andrew Wheat  |  11-19-2008  |  Politics

Four Congressional Races Will Test the Democratic Resurgence in Texasnew

In a year where Republican is a four letter word, we explain the vulnerabilities of candidates in four key congressional districts in Texas -- and how the impending elections will provide a litmus test for the strength of Democratic resurgence.
The Texas Observer  |  Staff  |  08-27-2008  |  Politics

Texas Coup d'Etatnew

An election-law attorney details Tom DeLay's GOP engineering.
San Antonio Current  |  Steven G. Kellman  |  03-29-2007  |  Nonfiction

Lobbygate's Gatesesnew

What are we to make of the coincident D.C. connections of the lawyer father and the software-titan son?
Seattle Weekly  |  Rick Anderson  |  01-18-2006  |  Politics

Dragon Slayernew

Tom Campbell is gearing up to run against the vulnerable Tom DeLay in March's primary.
Houston Press  |  Todd Spivak  |  01-03-2006  |  Politics

What's the Deal With Harriet Miers?new

George W. Bush's Supreme Court pick has never been a judge, but she's often been a political campaign contributor.
The Village Voice  |  James Ridgeway  |  10-03-2005  |  Politics

Can the GOP Protect the National-Security Lie Until November?new

If voters were forced to smell the George W. Bush record up close, we'd be looking down the barrel of a 1964-style John Kerry trounce in November, followed by several high-level prosecutions and a steep, generational decline in the fortunes of the Republican Party.
New York Press  |  Alexander Zaitchik  |  09-24-2004  |  Commentary

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