Remington 700The CNBC “Remington Under Fire” documentary that premiered October 20 misfired in terms of substantiating allegations that the trigger mechanism on Remington's highly popular 700 series is unsafe. Instead, the "10-month investigation" essentially rehashed charges, allegations and complaints stretching back into history for years. The timing for the recycling of unsubtantiated charges was curious, considering the proximity of the program's release to the elections.

Wall StreetIn uncertain economic times, Americans are looking for signs of improvement. The U.S. government, by contrast, is looking for improvement of signs -- street signs, that is.

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According to John Amato, founder of the Crooks and Liars blog, a Bloomberg poll confirms a notion that readers of The New American may celebrate but left-wing media outlets such as Crooks and Liars lament: The Tea Party movement's ideals are an extension of those held by The John Birch Society. The not-so-happy liberal blogger wrote, "A new Bloomberg poll on the Tea Party movement confirms ... Tea Party activists are an extension of the most extreme, far-right John Birch Society values, with the added bonus of funding from the corporate right."

With less than two weeks left until the 2010 midterm elections, key senate races across the country are tightening. Both Democrats and Republicans who found themselves behind their opponents have revived their polling numbers and are now within striking distance.

Kelley and Rand PaulThe attacks on Rand Paul's Christianity because of an alleged college school prank are similar to those on Christine O'Donnell's presumed "witchcraft" of decades ago. Rand Paul's wife, Kelley, a deacon at the family's church, has described the onslaughts as a "desperate, shameful attack on our family." The couple and their three children have attended the local Presbyterian church in Bowling Green, Kentucky, for 18 years.

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