1/29/2013 11:21 AM ET
The New York Times continues to be disturbed by the Supreme Court's Citizens United
decision, loathed by liberals for expanding the right of
corporations to participate in campaign ...
1/15/2013 4:06 PM ET
Political reporter Jim Rutenberg, along with his headline writer, threw
around the loaded term "neoconservative," a term most often used as an
insult by leftists and the media, in his Sunday ...
10/4/2012 1:21 PM ET
In a bit of a surprise, the New York Times filed an article on a recently unearthed Obama
video from 2007 showing the president in a fiery, racially charged mode, praising his anti-American ...
9/21/2012 12:59 PM ET
Again the Times focused on the political damage fostered by
Mitt Romney's (accurate) statement at a fundraiser that 47 percent of
Americans do not pay income taxes, yet buried
9/19/2012 12:01 PM ET
TimesCast host Megan Liberman: "...is this video really as devastating as a lot of people on both the right and the left are saying that it is?....[the clip] seems to feed perfectly into the ...
8/28/2012 2:04 PM ET
Times reporters used weather woes to predict trouble for and mock the Republican convention. Michael Barbaro and Ashley Parker: "The first day of a hyper-scripted
convention was canceled here, ...
8/27/2012 2:55 PM ET
A front-page Times story cynically employes the threat of Tropical Storm Issac against GOP's small-government philosophy: "The suffering from Hurricane
Katrina was still fresh then, with the ...
8/27/2012 1:50 PM ET
New York Times reporters Jeff Zeleny and Jim Rutenberg go to bat for Obama on Sunday's front page against Romney's false racially tinged attacks: "The Romney campaign is airing an
8/13/2012 12:07 PM ET
Times reporter Jackie Calmes sounds unhappy with Romney's choice of Paul Ryan: "His blueprint would greatly
shrink the government, largely undoing the social safety net by shifting
more costs ...
6/12/2012 1:06 PM ET
Jim Rutenberg on the "mainstream Republicanism" of...George W. Bush? to make the Tea Party movement look out of step. "But tough talk about the state of the party on Monday by former Gov. Jeb