Bush's Recent Successes Over Dems Makes Stolberg Fretful

As Bush and the Republicans effectively counterattack against the Democratic majority in Congress, the Times' White House reporter offers some helpful advice - negotiate with the Democrats!

A Suspicious "Deep-Pocketed Conservative Group"

The Times front page warns readers about Freedom's Watch, a "deep-pocketed conservative group" with suspicions of White House ties. Did the left-wing ever receive this level of scrutiny ...

Times' Disappointment As Bush's Wiretapping Bill Sails Through Congress

Jim Rutenberg: "Democratic memories are still fresh with attacks Mr. Bush used in 2004 against Senator John Kerry of Massachusetts, a presidential rival he portrayed as 'weak on terror.' That Mr. ...

Liberal Critic Recommends Anti-War Doc to Bush-Cheney

Chief movie critic A.O. Scott gives a big thumbs-up to an anti-war documentary, recommending it to the White House: "One can only hope that one of these days they'll get around to watching it."

New British PM a Welcome Respite from Blair's "Apocalyptic View of Terrorism"

Bravo for Gordon Brown's PC approach to terrorism: "Mr. Brown played down the threat, treating the episodes as a crime rather than a threat to civilization. Yet, his minimalist approach seemed to ...

Putting the "-ic" Back in the Democratic Party

The Times relays a whiny Democrat talking point.

The Times Botches Kerry's "Botched Joke" Once Again

Doesn't anyone at the Times know what John Kerry actually said? By repeating a pro-Kerry explanation for his "botched joke," Adam Nagourney makes the same mistake his colleague made in November.

Free PR for Frank Rich's Bush- & War-Bashing Book

Ian Buruma on NYT editor Rich's new book: "Whatever the merits of removing a dictator, waging war under false pretenses is highly damaging to a democracy, especially when one of the ostensible ...

Ned Lamont's Band of Irate...Moderates?

An editorial ludicrously tries to portray vengeful anti-Lieberman bloggers and anti-war activists as moderates.
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