Books

Cover-to-Cover Bias in the Sunday Book Review

This week's "politics" issue of the book review follows a pattern: Liberal reviewers praising liberal books and dismissing conservative ones.

Using Left-Wing Talking Points to Push Reporter's 9-11 Book

The liberal publishing house behind Philip Shenon's book on 9-11 is pushing left-wing talking points to sell it, such as: "Why the Commission did not expose Mayor Rudolph Giuliani's egregious ...

Times Reporter Salutes Disgraced Sandy Berger as "on Top of al-Qaeda"

In an interview on his book on the 9-11 commission, Philip Shenon defends Clinton's disgraced national security adviser Sandy "Burglar," as well as Clinton partisan Richard Clarke.

Former Times Reporter on "Evil" Coal Companies

Timothy Egan reviews a book about strip-mining in West Virginia and the horrors of coal: "...check out those black nuggets - coal, a fossilized time bomb hauled out of the deepest holes in the ...

Chief Book Critic Raves Over Liberals in Year-End List

Four out of 6 of Michiko Kakutani's favorite non-fiction books come from liberals.

PBS Anchor Admits Book Industry Is In 'Transition'

'NewsHour' anchor Jim Lehrer discusses publishing struggles, 'wishes' more people would 'quit writing' and start 'reading' books.

MRC President Brent Bozell Talks About His Book on O'Reilly Radio Show

Announcement: Brent Bozell, president of the Media Research Center (which publishes Times Watch) will appear on Bill O'Reilly's radio show Thursday (December 6) to discuss his new book "Whitewash: ...

"How Dirty Did the Tricks Get?" Times Swallows All Valerie Plame's Claims

In a review of Valerie Plame's new book, Janet Maslin doesn't raise any questions about the former CIA employee or her husband, anti-war misleader Joseph Wilson.

Kakutani's Surprise Kick at Feminist Faludi's "Sloppily Reasoned" 9-11 Book

The Times at first fawned over feminist Susan Faludi's deluded new book on 9-11 - but then liberal book critic Michiko Kakutani ripped the "ill-conceived and poorly executed book," "one of the ...

Times Doubts "Angry" Clarence Thomas Can Be Impartial

Clarence Thomas's "anger" over his confirmation means he can't judge ACLU cases objectively - but former ACLU lawyer Ruth Bader Ginsburg can?
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