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The "Populist" Fight for a Minimum Wage?

The "much-delayed increase in the minimum wage" is being pushed by "populists" (not liberals?).

English-Only Measure Burnishes Town's Image as "Old West Backwater"

The Times fires some cheap shots at "anti-immigration" legislation in Pahrump, Nevada.

El Salvador's "Right-Wing Junta" vs. Sandinista's "Left-Wing Council"

Tim Weiner's obituary for Jeane Kirkpatrick, America's forceful ambassador to the United Nations, includes some of Weiner's trademark foreign policy liberalism.

1994 Letter to Gay Rights Group Hurting Mitt Romney Among Conservatives?

An old letter from the Massachusetts governor to a gay rights group gets the Times overexcited.

Dictatorships and Double Standards in the Times

"Brutal dictator" Pinochet vs. "grandfatherly" North Korean dictator Kim Il Sung.

Bush "Well Aware" That "Civil War" Label Hurts Him - And So Does the NYT

Yesterday, the Times' executive editor announced that reporters could use the phrase "civil war" to describe Iraq.

Bill Keller Follows NBC's Lead: Reporters Can Call Iraq Conflict "Civil War"

Good news for Baghdad-based reporter Edward Wong: Bill Keller declares Times reporters can now call the conflict in Iraq a "civil war."

Democrats Won, but the Class Struggle Continues

Economics reporter Louis "Double the Minimum Wage" Uchitelle on "conspicious consumption" by the new rich.

"Civil Rights Leader" Al Sharpton

Are they serious?

Left-Wing Israeli "Peace" Group Knows Just Who to Call

Steven Erlanger gets the first look at a report from what he calls an "Israeli advocacy group" that advocates Israelis move out of "occupied territories" - and gets the lead story as well.
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