2/28/2013 3:11 PM ET
The New York Times has a history of attacking opponents of
radical Islam or offensively blaming an unwelcoming Western society for driving
some young Muslims to commit terrorist slayings. ...
2/28/2013 2:47 PM ET
Spinning the sequester in the New York Times. After weeks of cringing in fear over the supposedly damaging federal cuts due to take effect tomorrow
(even as the public shrugs them off) Jonathan ...
2/27/2013 3:22 PM ET
New York Times reporter Kirk Johnson, hypersensitive to conservative retreat
in the Western states, used an upcoming Supreme Court case as an
excuse to lead more cheers for gay rights in ...
2/27/2013 1:16 PM ET
Writing on the looming sequestration, the Times' Binyamin Appelbaum insisted that an $85 billion reduction in the growth of federal spending this year was actually "austerity," and the Times ...
2/26/2013 3:36 PM ET
A columnist mocks the Times nearly 10,000-word magazine cover story on the evils of addictive junk food: "...you are supposed to be absolutely horrified by this. You can tell by the ominous ...
2/26/2013 2:34 PM ET
"The owner of a Missouri smokehouse that
makes beef jerky is worried about a slowdown in food safety inspections.
A Montana school district is drawing up a list of teachers who could
2/26/2013 12:54 PM ET
Reporter Jeremy Peters says there's nothing to see here: "Independent political groups have mobilized to try to dig up anything
unflattering on Mr. Hagel. Though they have not found much, the ...
2/26/2013 11:32 AM ET
New York Times reporter Jennifer Steinhauer missed the point in
her take on Michelle Obama's "star turn" on Oscar night: "...the question of whether it was proper or dignified or awesome
2/25/2013 4:02 PM ET
No, not Papua New Guinea! Personal finance reporter Tara Siegel Bernard: "It is no secret that when it comes to
paid parental leave, the United States is among the least generous in
the world, ...
2/25/2013 3:04 PM ET
The New York Times glimpses the cold hand of "austerity" in a $3,500-billion dollar federal budget? "Cuts of even larger size are scheduled to take effect every year over the next 10, signaling an ...