"Strong Incentives to Comply" in Cuba Fridge Swap

What sort of "strong incentives" apply in a Communist dictatorship? Reporter Simon Romero doesn't ask, but does talk about the "free" health care and education in Cuba.

Ruthless Cuban Communist "an Advocate for Women's Rights"?

That's the ludicrous description the Times gives to Vilma Espin, the wife of Cuban leader Raul Castro.

"Relentlessly Pro-American" Albania Welcomes Bush

A strange choice of words to characterize a pro-US country.

On Hostage-Taliban Swap, Insight from an Anti-American Paranoid

The Times gets perspective from a Communist reporter selling an anti-American conspiracy theory.

Cuba Honors Pro-Castro NYT Reporter

Herbert Matthews fawning interview of Fidel Castro in 1957 made the future Communist dictator an international figure.
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Fidel's Flatterers

The U.S. Media's Decades of Cheering Castro's Communism

A "Widening Witch Hunt" for Communist Informers in Poland

Extremely biased, and not even close to the truth - the Polish bishop, Stanislaw Wielgus, has already admitted to collaborating with the Communist secret police.

"The First Stirrings of Rabid Anti-Communism"

The Times' theatre critic explains history for us in a review of a Manhattan production.

Castro's Communism "A Work in Progress"

As the dictator misses his 80th birthday party.

Incurious George in Vietnam: He's No Bill Clinton

"But the mood of this trip could not have been more different from the visit of another president, Bill Clinton, exactly six years ago this weekend, when he seemed to be everywhere."
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