The NYT's Annual Book-List Blacklist of Conservatives

The Times' list of 52 nonfiction books includes six from Times writers and no less than six from other liberal journalists, but zero from avowed conservatives.

Apostles of Atheism

How the broadcast and print media helped spread the Gospel of Godlessness in 2007

"East Germany Had Its Charms, Crushed by Capitalism"

A book review headline that's a worthy companion to 1992's infamous: "A Gulag Breeds Rage, Yes, but Also Serenity."

Apocalypse McCain? Victory Would Bring "All Four Horsemen"

Wisdom from Sunday Book Review cover story writer Robert Stone: "If McCain wins, history is here big time, scythe, sackcloth and all four horsemen."

Pushing Another Left-Wing Anti-War Dud

Anti-Bush author Ron Suskind's anecdote about a "forged letter," allegedly used by Bush to establish a Saddam-9/11 link, is very likely a phony story in itself.

NYT Goes on Attack Against Corsi's Anti-Obama Book

For years, the Times has praised misleading anti-Bush books. Yet when a successful book attacking Barack Obama appears, the Times pushes back with a front-page article critical of the ...

NYT: Part of Media's "Coordinated" Attack on Bush's Anti-McClellan Front?

Scott McClellan's book attacking the Bush White House is being criticized by current and former White House staffers, uniting the media in accusations of White House coordination.

Cover-to-Cover Liberal Bias in the Sunday Book Review

From liberal Times reporters approving of liberal books to liberal professors praising books from liberal Times reporters, the Sunday Book Review came loaded with bias from every angle.

Nightline Attacks 'Edible Food-Like Substances' in One-Sided Report

Report parrots claims of non-expert without any response from food industry, scientists or actual experts

NYT Reporter: US "Has Flouted the Basic Principles of Justice" in War on Terror

Raymond Bonner in the left-wing New York Review of Books: "There are still hundreds of prisoners held without charge at Guantánamo, and it will in all likelihood be left to the new administration ...
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