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On 7 June 2013, New York Times public editor Margaret Sullivan responded to the claim made by some parties that the newspaper changed one of its editorials about the Obama Administration in order to “soften” it. The original version of the editorial has a sentence that says, “The administration has now lost all credibility.” In an [...]
The New York Times editorial board has published an editorial that is anything but favorable toward the Obama Administration. Here is how the editorial begins: Within hours of the disclosure that federal authorities routinely collect data on phone calls Americans make, regardless of whether they have any bearing on a counterterrorism investigation, the Obama administration [...]
Once upon a time, you could count on the New York Times to have President Obama’s back no matter what what he or members of his administration did. Not anymore. In its 14 May 2012 edition, the New York Times published an editorial that starts with the following statement: The Obama administration, which has a [...]
We’re all used to advocacy journalism from the NY Times and others in the media. But in a recent example, it appears John Harwood was not happy to simply spin his story as usual, he took it a step further and simply lied about a series of objective facts.. If you read the story it [...]
Here is an excerpt from a New York Times story titled “Anxiety Grows as Thousands Remain Stranded and in the Dark After Storm” dated 10 February 2013. Grabbing shovels large and small, residents and emergency workers across the Northeast struggled to dig out on Sunday after a gigantic midwinter storm left much of the region buried [...]
Mallory Hagen was crowned Miss America last week. She lives in Brooklyn, New York, but was born in Tennessee and raised in Alabama. Apparently that ties her to segregation and Jim Crow laws. At least that’s what Blain Robert, an assistant professor of history at California State University, Fresno writing in The New York Times [...]
Like sunrise in the east or a Tony Romo interception in the fourth quarter of a meaningful, late season game you knew it was bound to happen. Somewhere, somehow some hack columnist from some tree-wasting fishwrap would seize upon the bullied bus monitor to decry incivility in politics. Republican incivility in politics. Republicans behaving badly [...]
No one should deny that The New York Times serves at the behest of Barack Hussein Obama and the leftist ideology they both embrace. And no one should deny that Cardinal Dolan is the face of the opposition to the HHS Mandate being foisted upon Catholics by this administration. So this hit piece from the [...]
The New York Times, yes, that New York Times, with what some might call a hit piece on Obama. Seriously: The Obama administration, which promised during its transition to power that it would enhance “whistle-blower laws to protect federal workers,” has been more prone than any administration in history in trying to silence and [...]
Fact checkers at the New York Times need to get busy, because the NYT blog “The Caucus” has make a whopper of a false claim about GOP presidential contender Mitt Romney. Here is what NYT blogger Michael D. Shear wrote: In New Hampshire, Mr. Romney provided openings by saying he could relate to people who [...]
Via The New York Times: Just off the bus in Gaza after six years in an Israeli prison, one of hundreds traded to Hamas for an Israeli soldier, Wafa al-Bass declared her next goal: abduct more Israeli soldiers. Others who returned said they could not feel satisfaction until the thousands of remaining Palestinian prisoners were [...]
This is just wrong. (Written on the 10th anniversary of 9/11.) The Years of Shame Is it just me, or are the 9/11 commemorations oddly subdued? Actually, I don’t think it’s me, and it’s not really that odd. What happened after 9/11 — and I think even people on the right know this, whether they [...]
Time is the great fool maker and timing is everything. A bright, shining example is on display at the den of fools known as the New York Times editorial page courtesy of court jester Maureen Dowd. Her message is in sync with the zeitgeist as defined by the media, her metaphors cutting and poignant, [...]
The Times may once have been a great newspaper, but that time has not coincided with my lifetime.
Would anyone care to argue that LSM qualify for the title of "professionals" at this point?
Didn't think so.
I'll take those folks from flyover country with the alleged "low-sloping foreheads" over a crack head any day of the week and twice on Sundays.
In case you’re one of the six or seven people who haven’t seen this yet, a parody of the New York Times where Darth Vader takes credit for finally killing Obi-Wan Kenobi….
Have you heard this story? If not, I suspect you’re far from alone: Sometime Friday night, April 1, 2011, which was also the Jewish Sabbath, the Washington Post published, online,…
Tim Blair proves what many of us already knew… The Old Gray Lady is now a two-bit tramp: The New York Times explains why it didn't publish Climategate emails: The…
Today's Argumenter: The New York Times Today's Argument: You Fix the Budget Bonus Argument: Disclaimer Text at the Bottom of the Page: Notes: These suggested cuts would need to be…
New York Times columnist Charles Blow illustrates (not intentionally, of course) why the 2010 midterms may be a blow out of historic proportions for the Democrats. Giving a nod to…
I like this from Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio. I like it very much:In his homily to the priests and people of the Diocese of Brooklyn, Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio, called upon the priests…
Can anyone figure out what pertinent information is missing from this completely unbiased New York Times article? Verdict Elusive in Baltimore Mayor's Trial WASHINGTON — Six days into their deliberations,…
The New York Times has a snort-worthy shill piece today, spinning gushing yarns about Obama's supposed macho activities. Instead of successfully achieving the goal of portraying Obama as an "alpha-male,"…
Oh wait… my bad… she's talking about Catholicism… again: Nuns were second-class citizens then and — 40 years after feminism utterly changed America — they still are. The matter of…