6/8/2010 4:02 PM ET
That's before the former reporter lights into the Republican Party and then the majority of Americans who support the new Arizona immigration law: "Poll-testing the Bill of Rights in a troubled ...
6/4/2010 9:12 AM ET
"...a week ago Senator John McCain threatened a filibuster to keep gay men and lesbians from being able to openly serve their country in uniform. He is a man of his age. Can we just press the ...
4/29/2010 4:30 PM ET
Former New York Times reporter Timothy Egan is not a fan of the new illegal immigration crackdown in Arizona: "The crackpot laws owe their genesis to the crackpots who dominate Republican ...
4/29/2010 3:22 PM ET
Former Times reporter Timothy Egan: "The crackpot laws owe their genesis to the crackpots who dominate Republican politics, who in turn cannot get elected without the backing of crackpot media."
4/16/2010 10:01 AM ET
Former reporter Egan takes on the "extreme" Supremes: "This court, activist conservative in the extreme, has never met a corporation it has not coddled, nor a prosecution argument that does not ...
2/19/2010 1:16 PM ET
Former liberal reporter turned NYT blogger Timothy Egan blogs praise on Canada's health care system and smears U.S. health insurers: "They have universal health care, and while the system prompts ...
10/2/2009 1:03 PM ET
Liberal Times reporter turned blogger Timothy Egan describes Bush and his supporters in hostile terms and laments "race-baiters in the Republican party."
9/17/2009 1:05 PM ET
Former Times reporter Timothy Egan is vexed that many middle-class Americans are heeding "the brat's cry of Joe Wilson" and succumbing to "generalized rage" stoked by "well-funded Astroturf outfits."
9/2/2009 1:47 PM ET
Timothy Egan on Idaho Republicans: "For years, Idaho officials have been trying to convince businesses that their state is not a hotbed of hate-filled rubes, gun-toting racists and assorted nut ...
8/17/2009 2:46 PM ET
Times blogger and former NYT reporter Timothy Egan applauds a new Hurricane Katrina book as a "powerful indictment of America's dystopia in the Bush era."