Communism

More NYT Gullibility on Cuba's "Advances in Education and Health Care"

Simon Romero falls for the old liberal line on Cuba's "enduring revolution."

Times Blogger Rejects Hipster Affection for Che Guevara

A Times blogger calls out ignorant admirers of Che Guevara, reminding readers of Guevara's "executions when he presided over the prison at La Cabana and his apparent "willingness to have let the ...

Warning: "Arrogant...Inflammatory" Free Market Radical Set to Embarrass the EU

Reporter Dan Bilefsky warns readers to beware the "arrogant" free-market advocate Vaclav Klaus: "Now the Czech Republic is about to assume the rotating presidency of the European Union and there ...

CNN Founder Ted Turner Touts Population Control and Detente

Appearing on PBS, the liberal media magnate advocates population control as the right thing to do.

"East Germany Had Its Charms, Crushed by Capitalism"

A book review headline that's a worthy companion to 1992's infamous: "A Gulag Breeds Rage, Yes, but Also Serenity."

Clueless Columnist Friedman Celebrates China's "Concentrated State Power"

Tom Friedman cluelessly celebrates the Chinese Communists "planning" and "national mobilization," which included displacing over a million of its citizens to make way for Olympic pageantry.

Solzhenitsyn: A Prophet Honored in His Own Country, but Not in the U.S. Media

The great writer's commencement address at Harvard in 1978 was a powerful indictment of elitist liberalism.

NYT vs. "Hard-Line" Anti-Castro Activists in Little Havana

More wishful thinking by the Times: "Will Little Havana Go Blue?"

Weeping for Blacklisted Communist Screenwriter Dalton Trumbo

Stephen Holden's high praise for a Hollywood Communist (and FBI informant): "Peter Askin's stirring documentary 'Trumbo' gives you reasons to cheer but also to weep."

Today's Lead: China's Soaring Economy Making a Path for Other Nations

Edward Wong: "Chinese officials seem to be galled by the apparent hypocrisy of Americans telling them what to do while the American economy is at best stagnant." No mention of the hundreds of ...
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