LabelingBias

J.P. Morgan, "Robber Baron"

Dine like a "robber baron" at the Morgan Dining Room!

"Strident" vs. "Civil Rights"

No contest: "A strident anti-illegal-immigration group" is pitted against "a civil rights group" that's actually a Hispanic advocacy group.

The Times Disdains "Far Right" "Anti-Immigration" Candidates in Arizona

Meanwhile, the Times promotes the state's purportedly nonideological Democratic governor: "Janet Napolitano watched the escalating arms race between the two far-right Republican gubernatorial ...

Fundraising for GOP: Snow Problem?

Sheryl Gay Stolberg: "Mr. Snow's extracurricular activities are making some veteran Washington hands, including those with strong Republican ties, deeply uneasy." Veteran Republicans like...David ...

The Times Can Almost Taste a Talent-less Senate

The Times spotlights Sen. Jim Talent of Missouri and his "conservative" positions on stem cell research, in a story where conservative labels outnumber liberal labels 9-1.

The Times Should Have Googled "George Soros"

Google hosts left-wing moneybags George Soros, but the Times won't cop to the liberal mindset of the search engine giant.

Times Smiles for Tavis Smiley

Cheering on the PBS fixture and liberal advocate: "Tavis Smiley bounded into the Manhattan twilight, fresh from an interview at the Venezuelan embassy with that country's president, Hugo Chávez. ...

Respect For the Dead? Rep. Helen Chenoweth, "Archconservative"

"Former Representative Helen P. Chenoweth-Hage of Idaho, an archconservative who ridiculed the Endangered Species Act and the protection of salmon in her own state...."

Wal-Mart Still Can't Catch a Break

Wal-Mart can't even get good press about its drive to sell more organic milk.

"Christian Conservatives," "Religious Moderates" vs. IRS

"Religious moderates" like...the left-wing Jim Wallis? Reporter Laurie Goodstein's ideological labeling is suspect.
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