5/3/2012 12:30 PM ET
finally came through as most deeply troubling was this: the failure of
any participant in the argument, justice or advocate for either side, to
affirm the simple ...
4/26/2012 9:49 AM ET
What Julia Preston reported in today's New York Times: "In Washington and around the
country, protests against Arizona were far more numerous than public
actions in support. Demonstrators in ...
4/11/2012 12:46 PM ET
The former New York Times Supreme Court reporter again defends Obama-care, even after it was knocked around during Supreme Court argument: "Personally, I think I agree with many constitutional ...
4/5/2012 12:01 PM ET
On Wednesday's NBC Nightly News, anchor Brian Williams accused a federal
judge of bringing politics into the judicial process simply by ordering
the Justice Department to explain controversial ...
4/5/2012 9:18 AM ET
No "embarrassment" here: Former New York Times Supreme Court reporter
Linda Greenhouse, who called Obama-care opponents "simply
wrong" about the law's unconstitutionality right before the ...
4/5/2012 8:43 AM ET
Wishful thinking on behalf of Obama? New York Times White House reporter
Jackie Calmes fancies that criticizing the Supreme Court might be a
winning issue for Democrats for a change. Calmes ...
4/4/2012 12:37 PM ET
Times columnist Maureen Dowd is not happy with the Supreme Court's hostility toward Obama-care: "It is run by hacks dressed up in black
robes." She also accuses the court of stealing the ...
4/2/2012 10:43 PM ET
New York Times reporters Reed Abelson and Katie Thomas feared for the
consequences of a world without Obama-care on Saturday's front page: "A Health Law At Risk Gives Insurers Pause."
4/2/2012 12:52 PM ET
Reed Abelson and Katie Thomas tilt the soundbites 9-1 in favor of Obama-care supporters: "Abandoning the efforts and
billions of dollars invested since the law was passed in 2010 would
4/2/2012 7:49 AM ET
Journalists scoff at the idea that the Supreme Court might find ObamaCare violates the Constitution, saying it's a "really weak" argument limited to only a "really hardcore" minority in the legal ...