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Running Scared? A Sour Times Editorial Hits GOP 'Insurgents From the Far Right'

Running scared? A sour, factless Times editorial lashes out at conservatives for being conservative: "Republican insurgents from the far right did well in Tuesday's primaries. What their campaigns ...

The Times Still Can't Find the Answer (Coalition)

For the second time in under a month the Times runs photos from a protest without identifying the two hard-left groups in the picture: The Stalinist ANSWER coalition and the anti-war Code Pink.

In Wake of Prop 8 Defeat, Times Reflects on Gay Marriage as 'Wedge Issue'

A federal judge's ruling against Prop 8, the 2008 voter initiative banning gay marriage in California, was the source of editorial joy: "...a stirring and eloquently reasoned denunciation of all ...

Far-Left Terrorist Helpers Just 'Human Rights Lawyers' at the NYT

Charlie Savage again finds benign terms to describe the far-left outfit Center for Constitutional Rights in its quest to assist alleged Christmas airline bombing plotter Anwar al-Awlaki.

No 'Terrorist' Label for Shooter of 5 Congressmen, 'Hailed' by Some as 'Revolutionary Hero'

From Douglas Martin's obituary for Lenora Lebron, who in 1954 led a group of Puerto Rican nationalists who shot five congressmen on the House floor: "Ms. Lebrón was imprisoned for 25 years and ...

As Dems Go to War, Hulse Helpfully Notes GOP's 'More Extreme Positions'

And Hulse is helping them do it: "Calculating that moderate and independent voters might be turned off by some of the more extreme positions postulated by Tea Party types and Republican ...

Reporter Surprised at Lack of Gratitude in Texas for Obama-Care Handout

Really? Reporter Kevin Sack sounds surprised Texas officials aren't enthusiastic over Obama-care, since it would give Texans so much help: "The state's elected officials might be expected, ...

Big Front-Page Play for Analysis of Chief Justice Roberts' 'Sharp Jolt to the Right'

Supreme Court reporter Adam Liptak uncovered "a sharp jolt to the right" under Chief Justice John Roberts, and the Times put his 3,000-word story on the Sunday front page.

Times Continues to Emphasize Angry Opposition to Popular Arizona Immigration Law

James McKinley Jr.: "With just a week remaining before Arizona's stringent new immigration law is set to take effect, a federal judge in Phoenix heard, for the first time, from Obama ...

Double Standards on Dueling Campaign Ads: Katharine Seelye Calls Kristol a Neocon

Katharine Seelye dubiously defends CAIR, while painting Bill Kristol as a neocon puppetmaster whose anti-Sestak ad "serves as a shot across the bow to candidates in other states whom Mr. Kristol ...
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