Hypocrisy

Times Polls Tea Partiers, Finds Them Educated, But Also Angry and Inconsistent

The Times lead story by Kate Zernike on its new poll of Tea Party protesters: Good start, questionable finish: "Some defended being on Social Security while fighting big government by saying that ...

Hypocrisy on Stilts: Krugman Accuses Someone Else of 'Caricaturing' His Position, Making Him Sound 'Extreme'

Hypocrisy on stilts: Columnist Paul Krugman, who has accused the GOP of eliminationist rhetoric and global-warming skeptics of treason against the planet, chides a fellow Times writer for ...

Zernike Strikes Again: 'Emotion Outweighs Fact' Among Tea Party Hypocrites

Kate Zernike: "[Tea Party organizer Jeff McQueen] and others do not see any contradictions in their arguments for smaller government even as they argue that it should do more to prevent job loss ...

NYT Execs: Generous With Other People's Money, But They Like Their Own

Times executives are quite generous with other people's money, as judged by Times editorials and reports urging higher taxes on the rich, and unleashing harsh criticism on wealthy chief ...

NYT Tackles Damning Global Warming Emails, But Reveals Own Hypocrisy

Environmental reporter Andrew Revkin on the trove of damning emails swiped from climate scientists: "The documents appear to have been acquired illegally and contain all manner of private ...

Maureen Dowd Whines About Rush's 'Personal Invective,' Then Brings Up His Past Addiction

Hypocrisy on parade: After accusing Rush Limbaugh of making personal attacks against her, columnist Maureen Dowd seized the moral high ground by...bringing up Limbaugh's past struggles with the ...

NYT Co., a Big Corporation, Fawns Over Anti-Corporate Saboteurs 'The Yes Men'

The left-wing anti-corporate parodist duo "The Yes Men" have posed as spokesman for big companies like McDonald's, Dow Chemical, as well as the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. And the liberals at the ...

Media Embrace Millionaire Moore's Vendetta against Capitalism

Like 'Sicko,' journalists gush over 'provocative' anti-Wall Street flick, leave out filmmaker's critics.

NYT Co. Plays Hardball with Boston Globe, Imposes 23% Pay Cut

Former GE chief executive Jack Welch sees hypocrisy: "So ironic to see NYT act so brutish toward labor. Certainly would be crucifying any Company with labor practices like theirs."
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