9-11

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NYT Lovingly Profiles Radical Poet Amiri Baraka, Who Suggested Israel Had Prior Warning of 9-11

Times reporter James Barron leads left-wing poet Amiri Baraka into radical reminisces. The text box to Baraka's profile suggested his radical reading of the deadly 1967 Newark riots as a ...
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NYT Cairo Reporter Apologizes for Free Speech: U.S 'Feels Limited...From Silencing Even the Most Noxious Religious Bigot'

Times journalist David Kirkpatrick makes free expression sound like a bad idea: "In a context where insults to religion are crimes and the state has tightly controlled almost all media, many ...
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New York Times Twice Says Romney 'on the Defensive' in Front-Page Analysis of His Libya Comments

Peter Baker and Ashley Parker write: "Already on the defensive for not mentioning Afghanistan in his convention speech and losing some ground in recent polls, Mr. Romney saw an opportunity to ...
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New York Times Uses 9-11 Anniversary to Accuse Bush of 'Negligence,' but Neglects to Bring Evidence

The Times gives former reporter Kurt Eichenwald space to blame Bush for "negligence" on the anniversary of the September 11 attacks, but fails to bring the evidence: "...the administration’s ...
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Carl Hulse Indulges Russ Feingold's Preening Liberal Melodrama

New York Times congressional reporter Carl Hulse indulges liberal Sen. Russ Feingold's preening post-9-11 melodrama: "The pleasant Capitol Hill neighborhood that he inhabited became an armed ...

Times Commemorates 9-11: Rise in Hate Crimes, Xenophobia Against Muslims

The Times' special 9-11 section finds "rising hate crimes" and "antipathy" against Muslims in the U.S....but the "hate crime" rate against Jews is much higher. And an editorial laments the "rise ...

Krugman Offensive Again on 10th Anniversary of 9-11: Bush, Giuliani Among 'Fake Heroes'

"What happened after 9/11 - and I think even people on the right know this, whether they admit it or not - was deeply shameful. The atrocity should have been a unifying event, but instead it ...

10 Years On: The New York Times and 9-11

After committing heroic journalism in the days and weeks after the attacks on September 11, 2001, New York Times journalists slipped back into partisan liberal patterns, blaming Bush for failing ...

NYT: Obama Nabbing Osama: 'Glow of National Pride;' Bush's Capture of Saddam 'Momentarily' Halted 'Spiral of Concern'

First sentence of the New York Times' second paragraph on Obama's poll numbers post-Osama: "The glow of national pride...support for the president rose significantly among both Republicans and ...

Times Brushes Aside Inconvenient OBL Fact: Intelligence Originated at Gitmo

While praising Obama's "strong and measured" leadership in the killing of Osama bin Laden, the Times editorial page feigns ignorance on how the necessary tips came to be, contradicting its own ...
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