Liberal Sen. Jack Reed, Hero of Homeowners and the Homeless

Fawning from Herszenhorn: "[Sen. Reed] is a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point, but his diminutive height - 5 feet 7 inches on a good day, he says - makes his Special ...

Times Virtually Ignores Haditha Acquittal

The Times was all over the Haditha "massacre." Yet now that the prosecution has suffered yet another failure, you can hardly locate the story with a microscope.

Finally, Times Reveals Left-Wing Unions Behind Anti-Wal-Mart Group

As the pressure group Wal-Mart Watch takes a victory lap, reporter Michael Barbaro finally details the groups close ties to one of the more left-wing unions, SEIU.

Times' Favorite Clinches Democratic Nomination

The paper's long history of favoritism towards Obama culminates in his Tuesday clinching of the nomination.

Nossiter Sniffs at Conservative La. Gov. Jindal, Friend of "Fiscal Stringency"

Scary conservatives afoot in Louisiana, warns reporter Adam Nossiter: "Religion and fiscal stringency have a friendly home at the state Capitol here, with a conservative, Bobby Jindal, in the ...

McCain Gaffe Machine Running Smoothly: Obama's Is Never Switched On

Not a word in the Times about Obama's "58 states" or confusing movies with reality at Mt. Rushmore.

U.S. Deaths in Iraq at All-Time Low, but NYT Looks on Dark Side

The Times reminds us things could get worse again: "There have been troughs in American casualty rates before, only to be followed by increases. Just on Sunday, an American soldier was killed by a ...

Florida Jews' Opposition to Obama a Result of Ignorance, Racism

A Times reporter names individuals who she accuses of making false statements about Obama's heritage and lack of support for Israel.

The Times' Hypocritcal Defense of Political Free Speech

The Times sees a threat to free speech in the Supreme Court's ruling in a child porn case - but last year it excoriated the Supreme Court for expanding political speech.

As Isolated POW, McCain Didn't Learn Correct Liberal Lessons from Vietnam

Matt Bai in a Sunday Magazine cover profile of McCain and his experience as a POW in Vietnam: "Whatever anger McCain felt remained focused on his captors, not on his own superiors back in Washington."
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