Editorial

Taranto Tackles Times' Hate-Speech Hypocrisy

James Taranto tackles the Times endorsement of a left-wing group and it's blatant hate-speech hypocrisy: "By the Times's standards, surely it is legitimate to hold Common Cause, and particularly ...

Is David Firestone Playing Dim Bulb?

Does David Firestone not know the federal government does enforce light-bulb standards? "The three Republicans portrayed government as a grim juggernaut that kills jobs and dreams and even, in Ms. ...

After Urging Restraint After Fort Hood Massacre, Shameless NY Times Blames GOP for AZ

After a Muslim officer killed a dozen soldiers at Fort Hood, the New York Times editorialized "it will be important to avoid drawing prejudicial conclusions from the fact that Major Hasan is an ...

After Urging Restraint After Fort Hood Massacre, Shameless NYT Blames GOP for AZ

After a radical Muslim Army officer killed a dozen soldiers in Texas, the Times editorialized "it will be important to avoid drawing prejudicial conclusions from the fact that Major Hasan is an ...

Three-Fifths Of A Newspaper

While sniffing over the "theatrical production of unusual pomposity" put on by the incoming Republican Congress for daring to require "that every bill cite its basis in the Constitution," Times ...

Former Reporter Firestone Sees 'Extremist Politics' in Palin's 'Alaska'

Former Washington correspondent David Firestone is disturbed at how Sarah Palin supporters "flock to this portrait of a way of life that is radically different from the way most Americans now live ...

So Much for Civility: Times Embraces Obama's 'Hostage-Taking' Rhetoric

The sedate, responsible New York Times advances the cause of civility on its editorial page: "President Obama was right to use the metaphor of hostage-taking to describe the Republicans' tactics."

NY Times Editorial Page Pulls Out All the Stops for Desperate Democrats (and only Democrats)

For Election Day 2010 the New York Times beefs up its endorsements, departing from its traditional metropolitan focus to endorse Sen. Barbara Boxer in California and Sen. Harry Reid in Nevada. The ...

Times Editorial Page Pulls Out All the Stops for Desperate Democrats (and only Democrats)

For Election Day 2010 the Times beefs up its endorsements, going against its traditional metropolitan focus to endorse Sen. Barbara Boxer in California and Sen. Harry Reid in Nevada. The partisan ...

Times Devotes Entire Editorial Page to Attacking 'Pledge to America'

Is the Times scared? "The pledge takes the country backward - a place no one should want to go."
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