Times Omits Hasan's Chilling 'We Love Death More Than You Love Life!'

The Times looks at Hasan's disturbing behavior and somehow finds a "mixed picture." And does the Times really find it unreasonable for Congress to demand someone take the blame for failing to stop ...

Surprise: NYT Focuses on Eric Holder's Role in Marc Rich Pardon

Tuesday's front page has a cautionary tale on Obama's nominee for attorney general: "Mr. Holder's supporters portray him as having been a relatively uninvolved bystander caught in a Clinton-era ...

Spitzer Targeted by Bush's Justice Department? Times Throws It Out There

The Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy Lives! "The federal officials sought to emphasize that Mr. Spitzer, a Democrat, had not been singled out by the Republican administration, although allegations of ...

Depopulated Protest Marches: Making a Vietnam-Era Mountain Out of a Puny Iraq Molehill

"A rally on Saturday to protest the war in Iraq, which began with a peaceful march of several thousand people to the Capitol, ended with dozens of arrests in a raucous demonstration that evoked ...

Fretting Over Potential Attorney General & "Starkly Partisan" Ted Olson

The Times ignores Olson's legal qualifications in favor of how his nomination as Attorney General might offend Democrats.

Data Mining: Bad When It Fights Terror, Good When It Boosts Times Bottom Line

A reminder of hypocrisy at the Times.

Times Still Twisting Anti-Terror Tactic Into "Domestic Surveillance"

A program monitoring overseas calls from terror suspects in the U.S. becomes a "domestic surveillance program."

The Times TwistsTerrorist Surveillance Into "Domestic Eavesdropping"

The Times misleads again on the details of the administration's "domestic" terror surveillance program that allegedly "eavesdrops" on Americans.

The Times Finally Puts Plame Fizzle on Front Page

After almost 40 front-page stories on the leak of Valerie Plame's name to Robert Novak, the Times returns to the scene of the non-crime.
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