Gaffes

Blaming Bush for U.N. Inaction in Darfur

"But Bush administration officials have promised action before and come up short....Now, more than six months later, there is still no United Nations peacekeeping force in Darfur."

On Duke Lacrosse, the Times Has Some Explaining to Do

The Times leads with the exoneration of the Duke lacrosse players - after a year's worth of misleading coverage.

Return of the "-Ic" Factor: Times Relays Another Democrat-ic Whine

"The mid-sentence correction came during a talk to an American Legion post in Fairfax, Va., and immediately brought to mind the recent flap over Mr. Bush's State of the Union address in January, ...

Krugman: Clinton Administration "Pretty Honest and Well Run"

Ignore the evidence and just take Krugman's word for it: "The Clinton years were a parade of fake scandals: Whitewater, Troopergate, Travelgate, Filegate, Christmas-card-gate."

More Myths About the GOP's Medicare "Cuts"

What "cuts" in Medicare did the GOP actually propose in 1995?

The Times Slams Pro-Bush Bloggers in Baghdad - Again

First slime, now a slam - what does the Times have against IraqTheModel.com?

What's Wrong with the Times' Sunday Magazine?

Another cover story, another falsehood.

Wong Finds a Way to Spin Early Success of the Troop "Surge"

Edward Wong makes the worst out of some good news from Iraq: "The heightened American street presence may already have contributed to an increase in the percentage of American deaths that occur in ...

No Machine Politics in Florida Congressional Race, Times Admits

The Times turns around on allegations of voting machine malfunction in a disputed Congressional race in Florida won by a Republican.

Surprise: Times Finds Tougher Border Security Actually Works

Maybe reporter James McKinley can inform his paper's editorial page, which last Sunday proclaimed that increased border security wasn't working.
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