11/6/2006 3:18 PM ET
Just like in 2004, the Times finds loads of conservatives to label, but very few liberals around.
11/6/2006 2:48 PM ET
An anti-war hero to liberals is "conservative" in the Times' eyes.
11/6/2006 2:34 PM ET
"And if you think the timing of the Saddam verdict was coincidental, I've got a terrorist plot against the Brooklyn Bridge to sell you."
11/3/2006 12:21 PM ET
Burying the lead: "Among the dozens of documents in English were Iraqi reports written in the 1990s and in 2002 for United Nations inspectors in charge of making sure Iraq had abandoned its ...
11/3/2006 11:26 AM ET
"Everyone says that Karl Rove is a genius. Yeah, right. So are cigarette companies. They get you to buy cigarettes even though we know they cause cancer. That is the kind of genius Karl Rove is."
11/3/2006 11:17 AM ET
The Times admits its story on Kerry's apology was wrong.
11/2/2006 3:43 PM ET
Zernike also writes today: "For Republicans and the White House, Mr. Kerry's 'botched joke' Monday was manna from Massachusetts, that reliable redoubt of liberal caricatures..."
11/2/2006 3:07 PM ET
Leading book critic Michiko Kakutani again displays her refusal to debate conservative arguments, merely dismissing them as prima facie ridiculous.
11/2/2006 2:59 PM ET
Editor Kate Phillips: "And with the controversy over Senator John Kerry's 'botched joke' presumably (please) leaving the airwaves and the front pages after today...."
11/2/2006 2:47 PM ET
More labeling bias by Raymond Hernandez, who devoted much of his past reporting to positioning Hillary Clinton as a moderate.