Making Excuses for Obama's "Bind" in Closing Guantanamo Bay

Reporter Scott Shane makes excuses for President Obama's failure to fulfill his campaign pledge of closing the military prison at Guantanamo Bay: "To understand how hard it is proving for ...

Finally: An ACORN Story Sprouts in Print!

Scott Shane overplays the ideological angle, showing "the right" as "gleeful" in claiming its "latest scalp," as opposed to outrage over a tax-funded leftist organization encouraging tax evasion ...

NY Times: Sotomayor Has a 'Compelling Life Story,' But Clarence Thomas Didn't in 1991

Judge Sonia Sotomayor and Judge Clarence Thomas both had compelling life stories when they were nominated for the Supreme Court. But only Sotomayor's story has been celebrated that way by the New ...

A "Brutal" Switch on C.I.A. Interrogation Semantics

The Times steps up the rhetoric to show its disapproval of the C.I.A.'s interrogation tactics against Al Qaeda terrorist suspects.

Harsh Al Qaeda Interrogation Blurred Difference Between Terrorists and U.S.?

Talking about the history of harsh interrogiation tactics, the Times is suddenly employing "Chinese Communists" as a pejorative and calling Communist Khmer Rouge genocidist Pol Pot a "despot." ...

The NYT's "Whitewash" of the Bill Ayers-Obama Connection

A 2,100-word front-page inoculation by the New York Times, purporting to investigate the relationship between '60s domestic terrorist Bill Ayers and Barack Obama: "But the two men do not appear to ...

Times Names CIA Interrogator Who Broke Terrorist KSM With Kindness

Againt the agency's wishes, the Times identified a CIA interrogator, marring Scott Shane's lead story, "Inside the Interrogation Of a 9/11 Mastermind."

More Overboard Reporting on Waterboarding

When it comes to Scott Shane's reporting, everyone can expect the Spanish Inquisition.

Times Corrects Headline After Formal White House Complaint

The White House objected to the subhead "White House Role Was Wider Than It Said," since it has yet to make a comment on the matter.

No Terrorist Attacks on U.S. Soil = Black Mark for CIA?

Pretzel logic: Since there's been no terrorist attacks on American soil since 9-11, the CIA was wrong in its harsh interrogation of Al Qaeda prisoners?
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