Times Warns Economy "Will Worsen Before It Gets Better"

As if the economy isn't actually strong right now. What the Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke actually said: "...the overall economy remained resilient in recent months."

Illegal Immigrants Still Cowering in "the Shadows"

The California wildfires gives the Times yet another opportunity to lament about illegals in "the shadows" of society.

Unemployment Low, Stock Market High - But NYT Sees Economy In "Turmoil"

Three articles examine various aspects of the "crisis" in the U.S. economy. What crisis?

"Resegregation" in Alabama Schools (and in Omaha Too?)

Guilt by association: "Tuscaloosa, where George Wallace once stood defiantly in the schoolhouse door to keep blacks out of the University of Alabama...."

"To Dismay of Some [Democrats]," Florida Cutting Taxes

A Times story buries the liberal groups that are truly dismayed by proposed property tax cuts: "...counties, cities, teachers unions and Democrats..."

Our Lead Story on Falling State Tax Revenues? Never Mind

The Times, April 8: "State tax revenues around the country are growing far more slowly this year and in some cases falling below projections..." The Times, June 11: "State lawmakers across the ...

The Times Again Dismisses Seriousness of Kennedy Airport Terror Threat

"Papers Portray Plot as More Talk than Action"

Moral Equivalency Between Israel, Palestinian Terrorists

Israel killed four terrorists, while Palestinians killed an Israeli citizen. But it's all the same for Times' headline writers.

Debate Double Standards

GOP candidates flashed "conservative credentials" before an "overwhelmingly conservative" crowd - but Democrats don't try to appeal to liberals?

Still Swerving Around the "Partial-Birth Abortion" Label

The Times avoids the "provocative" (but accurate) label of "partial-birth abortion" in headlines, while fencing the phrase with quotation marks in stories.
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