10/20/2009 2:43 PM ET
Labeling confusion: In a profile of China dissident Du Daozheng, the Times calls the noble dissenters "liberals" and the authoritarian Communist regime "conservative" without clarifying that in ...
10/20/2009 1:26 PM ET
Michael Wines on the bright side of Communist rule - no pesky "political machinery" to worry about: "In the past decade...authorities have moved against air pollution problems with a tenacity that ...
10/7/2009 6:45 PM ET
The October 12 issue of Newsweek asked: "Was Russia Better Off Red?" The "Back Story" page of the magazine featured a graphic comparing life under communism to now: "Since the collapse of the ...
9/3/2009 3:22 PM ET
Columnist Peter Applebome devotes a single sentence to actor-singer Paul Robeson's Stalinism, then ludicrously calls Robeson an "uncompromising human rights advocate."
8/19/2009 4:49 PM ET
The Times' Dwight Garner rhapsodizes over a revisionist biography of Engels, the friendly, "jovial" co-writer of "The Communist Manifesto."
6/23/2009 1:28 PM ET
Reporter Seth Mydans reverts to old bad habits in his followup story on a trial in Cambodia of a Khmer Rouge torturer.
6/17/2009 12:51 PM ET
Ralph Blumenthal on Communist teachers dismissed from NYC schools: "It was the height of the Red Scare, and the nation was gripped by hysteria over loyalty and subversion....The Board of ...
6/9/2009 11:39 AM ET
Peter Goodman: "Yes, that Hummer, maker of the famously gas-guzzling behemoths whose menacing width and armor trace their provenance to the American military....the Hummer has become an object ...
4/23/2009 1:47 PM ET
Talking about the history of harsh interrogiation tactics, the Times is suddenly employing "Chinese Communists" as a pejorative and calling Communist Khmer Rouge genocidist Pol Pot a "despot." ...
4/9/2009 2:00 PM ET
Times Watch recently criticized the paper for scrubbing a reference to the Communist nature of the genocidal Khmer Rouge. Today, the word "Communist" is prominent.