Gaffes

Confirmed: Everything in France is Officially President Sarkozy's Fault

French socialists blame right-of-center president Nicolas Sarkozy for the team's World Cup failure, and Jere Longman appears to take them seriously: "Some opposition politicians said the players' ...

Is Illegal Immigration Raising Arizona's Crime Rate? NYT Says No, But Relevant Figures Say Yes

New York Times reporter Randal Archibold cites FBI crime statistics in Arizona to accuse immigration enforcement advocates of stirring up irrational fear of violent crime on the Arizona-Mexico ...

Is Illegal Immigration Raising Arizona's Crime Rate? Times Says No, But Relevant Figures Say Yes

Randal Archibold cites FBI crime statistics in Arizona to accuse immigration enforcement advocates of stirring up irrational fear of violent crime on the border. But two conservative writers show ...

And the Prize for Lamest Defense of Obama Goes To...

Columnist Charles Blow! "Of the 168 promises where action has been completed, they judge Obama to have broken only 19. That's not bad..."

Bush's 'Unforgivable Sin' Sounds a Bit Like Obama's Suggestion to Hit the Beach

"George W. Bush could have called the country to a grand, important new undertaking in which everyone sacrificed personal or regional advantage for the common good. The fact that he only told us ...

A Golden State of Bias: Two Stories on Fiorina's Harmless 'Classic Campaign Gaffe,' None on Jerry Brown's Nazi Rant

The Times has devoted two stories to Republican Senate primary winner Carly Fiorina mocking Sen. Barbara Boxer's hair, but has yet to mention Jerry Brown comparing his Republican opponent for ...

Really? The Times on Obama's 'Buck-Stops-Here Philosophy'

Perennial Bush-basher Obama provided some conservative belly laughs when he told high school graduates not to make excuses or blame others. But the Times' Sheryl Gay Stolberg simply relayed ...

Now They Tell Us: Pro-Obama-Care Study By 'Wonderful' Group Now Seen As Dangerously Faulty By NYT

A study advocating cost-cutting of "wasteful" health-care spending, hailed by New York Times reporters for over two years, is revealed as grievously flawed: "The mistaken belief that the Dartmouth ...

Now They Tell Us: Obama-Care Cost-Cutting Study From Formerly 'Wonderful' Group Now Seen As Dangerously Faulty

A study advocating cost-cutting of "wasteful" health-care spending, hailed by Times reporters for two years, is revealed as grievously flawed: "The mistaken belief that the Dartmouth research ...

The Times Takes on...Fluoridated Water?

In a front-page Home section story that is the epitome of liberal urban paranoia, the Times links up with the John Birch Society circa 1950s: "Municipal water supplies like New York's are ...
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