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New York Times, Mouthpiece for Obama, Calls French Newspaper 'Mouthpiece' for President Sarkozy

Behold the irony: The New York Times' Paris-based reporter Scott Sayare says the newspaper Le Figaro is "a right-leaning daily newspaper that is increasingly viewed as a mouthpiece for [President ...

NYT Can't Stop Blaming French President Sarkozy Appeals to 'Far Right,' Even After Toulouse Killer Identified as Radical Islamist

Even after the murderer in Toulouse is identified as a radical Islamist, the Times still can't let go of its attacks on French President Nicolas Sarkozy's for allegedly making anti-immigrant ...
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Another NYTimes Hit Piece on Sarkozy, Suggesting Appeals to 'Far Right' Set Mood for School Murders

Reporter Steven Erlanger claims "No one is suggesting that the French presidential campaign inspired a serial killer..." but then goes on do just that: "But in a period of economic anxiety, ...

CBS, NBC Ignore Embarrassing Gaffe: Obama Caught Mocking Israel's Prime Minister

The CBS and NBC morning shows on Tuesday both ignored an embarrassing gaffe committed by Barack Obama: Being caught on an open mic, mocking Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Only ABC's ...

NYT's Hostility Toward French President Sarkozy Unabated

French President Sarkozy hassling the poor Socialist Party with his "obsession" with balanced budgets and deficit reduction: "The Socialists...have some sensible arguments, but as often in ...

In Wake of IMF Chief's Rape Arrest, Reporter Elaine Sciolino Sees 'Anita Hill Moment'

In the This Week roundtable on ABC Sunday morning about the arrest of IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn for the alleged sexual assault of a female hotel worker, the Times' Paris correspondent ...

NBC Sympathizes with Disgraced IMF Chief, Promotes Conspiracy Theory He Was 'Set Up'

While reporting on the sexual assault case against International Monetary Fund Chairman Dominique Strauss-Kahn on Tuesday's Today, NBC correspondent Jeff Rossen noted how the would-be Socialist ...

Krugman: U.S. Students 'Could Learn A Little Bit' From Violent Riots in UK, France

Talking to the University of Oklahoma's student newspaper, did Paul Krugman, respected economist turned partisan liberal columnist, really suggest American college students start rioting about ...

Obama, Bringing Hope to the Paris Slums

"But anti-American sentiment, once pervasive in these neighborhoods, seems to have been all but erased since the election of Mr. Obama, who has proved to be a powerful symbol of hope here and a ...

For Second Day in Row, Times Blames Right-Leaning French President for Soccer Team's Travails

The Times aims another penalty kick right at Nicolas Sarkozy: "Fadela Amara, the junior minister for the racially charged suburbs who was born to Algerian parents, warned on Tuesday that the ...
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