1/4/2010 5:10 PM ET
A "march" from Miami to Washington on behalf of illegal immigrants consisting of four marchers somehow merited a 780-word New York Times article Saturday by reliably pro-amnesty reporter Julia ...
1/4/2010 4:19 PM ET
A four-person Miami-to-Washington march in support of illegal immigrants gets nearly the same level of coverage as the 100,000-strong rally of conservatives at the Capitol did in September.
7/8/2008 10:33 AM ET
In two consecutive lead stories, the Times take the side of business organizations in spats against Republican policies.
5/1/2008 12:43 PM ET
One question from a pollster highlighted by the Times: "The anti-immigrant sentiment in the United States is making it more difficult to send money to my family." How, exactly?
1/18/2008 1:00 PM ET
Boo hoo: "She is a homeowner, a taxpayer, a friendly neighbor and an American citizen. Yet because she is married to an illegal immigrant, these days she feels like a fugitive."
10/26/2007 1:34 PM ET
Isn't the plight of poor Mexicans properly the responsibility of Mexico?
8/13/2007 5:15 PM ET
In its quest to paint illegal immigration in sympathetic terms, the Times ponders the plight of agri-business, which might lose cheap labor if a federal crackdown on employers is implemented.
8/9/2007 2:20 PM ET
The Times runs a pro-illegal immigrant story and quotes the pollster behind it as saying "Mexican immigrants don't feel welcome in the U.S. anymore" - but fails to point out he's also part of ...
7/5/2007 11:48 AM ET
Julia Preston: "Some legal immigrants, particularly Hispanics, have said they were unfairly tarred in the debate over the Senate bill, which failed in part because of vehement opposition from ...
7/2/2007 3:12 PM ET
"Hispanics may have been deeply alienated by the heated rhetoric" of "the loud echo chamber of talk radio." Also, "supporters said lawmakers had caved in to hateful, nativist, xenophobic ...