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Reporter Patrick Kingsley followed in the left-foot only footsteps of his New York Times colleague, Peter Goodman, in finding child "hunger" in the United Kingdom... [Read More]
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The front of Tuesday's New York Times featured reporters Jeremy Peters and Maggie Haberman in the Florida capital Tallahassee, the heart of the latest controversial... [Read More]
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Paul Krugman embarrassed himself on several fronts in his Tuesday New York Times column, jumping on the latest liberal outrage bandwagon over the awarding of... [Read More]
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New York Times music critic Jon Caramanica pompously condemned an entire genre of music for not writing about what he cares about: Gun violence. It... [Read More]
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New York Times Nicholas Kristof has taken on an old nemesis, the National Rifle Association, in two multi-media pieces over the last two weeks –... [Read More]
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Paul Krugman's Friday New York Times column, "Real America Versus Senate America," is another dose of Blue State urban smugness from Krugman. He becomes the... [Read More]
Perhaps annoyed that "jingoistic" country music is not yet as infested with left-wing promotional politics as other musical and entertainment fields, a major newspaper again... [Read More]
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The Republican Party did better in the midterm elections than many in the media and the anti-Trump "Resistance" expected. The New York Times let its... [Read More]
The front page of the New York Times Sunday Review confirms it's now a bulletin board for the revolution-minded angry left. Michelle Alexander's debut column... [Read More]
The New York Times' co-lead story naturally dealt with the Kavanaugh controversy: "Nominee's Fate Is Pivotal Point In U.S. Politics – An Apex in the... [Read More]
New York Times reporter Kate Zernike made Saturday's front page with her take on how Christine Blasey's allegation against Brett Kavanaugh is playing with the... [Read More]
The Brett Kavanaugh confirmation saga has led the New York Times back into its bad old distorted labeling habits, in which stories included the term... [Read More]
As the last-minute accusation against Brett Kavanaugh was breaking, New York Times columnist Paul Krugman fired off a self-righteous mini-tweetstorm that showed an unusual absence... [Read More]
New York Times writer Matt Stevens seized upon a dubious angle regarding the last-minute assault accusations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, "Drinking Days Fondly... [Read More]
The New York Times had (through Wednesday morning) refrained from full-court partisanship in its coverage of last-minute sexual assault allegations concerning Trump's Supreme Court nominee... [Read More]
After last-minute accusations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, Anita Hill is back in the spotlight, and Boston Globe reporter Stephanie Ebbert got prime front-page... [Read More]
New York Times reporter Adam Goldman passed along warnings from "law enforcement" (and, more importantly, liberal Democrats in Congress) that President Trump's decision to declassify... [Read More]
"Turncoat" is a term the New York Times has recently applied to, among other figures, Benedict Arnold, a Mafia boss, and the poisoned Russian agent... [Read More]
If there was any doubting the political sympathies of Entertainment Weekly, the front cover of the Fall TV Preview hails the revival of the CBS... [Read More]
New York Times reporter Gardiner Harris latest hit on a conservative foreign policy figure appears to have backfired in spectacular fashion. Harris's report isupposedly caught... [Read More]
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