Gaffes

No Terrorist Attacks on U.S. Soil = Black Mark for CIA?

Pretzel logic: Since there's been no terrorist attacks on American soil since 9-11, the CIA was wrong in its harsh interrogation of Al Qaeda prisoners?

Abysmal Approval Ratings of Democratic Congress: GOP's Fault?

The Democrat-controlled Congress has an extraordinarily low approval rating - but a Times reporter sees risks for the GOP.

Hunger Doesn't Take a Holiday - Times Finds "Critical Shortages" Yet Again

Another holiday season, another "critical shortage" of food at food banks - just like the liberal media has claimed for the last two decades.

Avoiding Atrocity: Times Leaves off Dragging of Troops in Somalia

Whyever would the U.S. have "turned its back on Somalia" in 1993? Jeffrey Gettleman leaves off one reason: The dragging of U.S. soldiers through the streets.

NYT Bows to Reality: "Baghdad Starts to Exhale as Security Improves"

Less than a month ago a lead editorial began: "The news out of Iraq just keeps getting worse."

Meet the "Most Respected" Murtha, Who Slimed U.S. Troops in Haditha

Reporter David Herszenhorn finds a questionable voice of reason about the Iraq War.

Tax Hike A Path to Greater Happiness, Suggests Former Economics Reporter

Eduardo Porter: "If growing incomes are not increasing happiness, perhaps we should tax incomes more to force us to devote less time and energy to the endeavor and focus instead on the more ...

Problem: Finding a Death Penalty to Sate "Blood-Thirsty" Public

Elizabeth Weil finds Americans simplistic and vengeful when it comes to the death penalty.

Illegal Immigrants Still Cowering in "the Shadows"

The California wildfires gives the Times yet another opportunity to lament about illegals in "the shadows" of society.

Double Standards on Osama-Obama Gaffes: Romney vs. Kennedy

Mitt Romney mixed up Barack Obama and Osama bin Laden, and the Times has fun. But what happened when Ted Kennedy did the same thing?
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