Tim Graham

Director of Media Analysis
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TIME Plays TV Doctor: Suggests Vatican Gave Pope John Paul II A Push Into Death

TIME promotes the views of an Italian doctor who did what the magazine condemned Senator Bill Frist for doing: diagnosing a patient from video footage.

Times Watch's Waters Appears on Fox & Friends to Discuss MoveOn.org-NYT Ad

Times Watch director Clay Waters appeared on Fox & Friends Friday morning to discuss the New York Times offering cut-rate ad space to MoveOn.org to bash General Petraeus as a betrayer of his country.
Media Research Center

Huffington's House of Horrors

A Compendium of Far-Left Flame-Throwing, Name-Calling, and Attack-Dogging

Cancer Society Veers to the Left: a "Nonpartisan" Tilt?

New ads pushing government-mandated "access" are not presented as liberal or socialist, but as a sensibly pragmatic solution to reducing the cancer death rate

Chris Matthews, Alan Alda to Star at NYT 'Great Literary Brunch'

Might we detect a liberal tilt in the Sunday brunch lineup of "best-selling authors"?

Bill Keller Told Cheney Aide Liberal Bias Was "Relatively Rare" in NYT

In denial: The paper's executive editor admitted some Times stories occasionally show "liberal assumptions," but thought "those instances are relatively rare, and I fight to filter them out and ...

First Daughter, 476th Puff Piece

For those who can't read all the way through Jodi Kantor's sticky valentine to Chelsea Clinton, there were mildly negative bits

NBC's Queen of Green Hosts 'Live Earth'

Today News Anchor Ann Curry Has History of Sappy Promotion of Celebrity Environmentalists

Questioning Michael Moore's Math

Times correspondent Anthony DePalma granted points to Cuba for "universal" health care, but found a lot to question in Michael Moore's thick praise of the Cuban health system in his film "Sicko."

The Left Eats Its Own

Times art critic Holland Cotter disparaged the Whitney Museum's new "Summer of Love" exhibit for racism, sexism, and commercialism. He only could applaud the anti-Americanism.

Julia Preston vs. Strange Anger

At a Council on Foreign Relations event, Times reporter Julia Preston described a strange anger in the land against immigration, because "Americans don't understand it."

Amnesty Good, Tax Cuts Bad

In 2007, the Times used its poll to push for passage of an immigration "reform" bill. But in 2001, its poll stories tried to explain away public support for Bush's tax cuts.

The Poll's Goals

The New York Times reports its own poll on immigration, complete with slanted questions and a slanted cherry-picking of the answers.

Hillary Clinton, Green Queen of Wal-Mart?

The Times investigated Hillary's service on the Wal-Mart board, but first thought of it as an "antidote to Republican efforts" to define her as a liberal...and then they touted where she was one.

Ten Years Ago, Subpoenas Drew TV Yawns

When Team Clinton Was Subpoenaed, Reporters Found "Hard-Charging Partisans" Wasting Tax Money

Reporting Protest In the Proper Context

David Kirkpatrick and Sarah Abruzzese added little details that make a protest story fairer: they used liberal labels, explained who the protest organizers were, and quoted rally speakers. The ...

Hulse With No Name

Why can't Carl Hulse call a liberal a liberal? Tom DeLay's new book confronts "evil liberal tormentors," but Hulse only sees "critics" and "activists" arrayed against DeLay.

Mass Amnesia Over Mass Clinton Firings

ABC, CBS, CNN, FNC, NBC Morning Interviews With Gonzales All Skip "March Massacre" of 1993

The Inconvenient Times

A surprise for New York Times subscribers: a report that perhaps the "central points" of Al Gore's movie are "exaggerated and erroneous."

Allowing The Tiniest, Briefest Life to Unfold

On the front page, Neela Banerjee found a touching, little-reported trend: "perinatal hospices" for babies not expected to live.