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Reporters Herszenhorn and Hulse Again Forward Rep. Clyburn's 'Racial Slur' Falsehoods

The Times cites Rep. James Clyburn as a credible source on racism, and fails to challenge his false claim of Tea Party protesters hurling racial slurs on Capitol Hill on March 20. No surprise ...

The NY Times Runs a (Half) Correction on Matt Bai's Phony Tea Party Racism Charge

The New York Times admits there's no evidence to support reporter Matt Bai's assertion that Tea Party members directed racial slurs at civil rights icon, Rep. John Lewis, but still insisted "Tea ...

The Times Runs a (Half) Correction on Matt Bai's Phony Tea Party Racism Charge

The Times admits there's no evidence that Tea Party members directed racial slurs at civil rights icon, Rep. John Lewis, but still insisted "Tea Party supporters have been connected to a number of ...

If It's Sunday...It's a Hysterical Column by Frank Rich Accusing the GOP of Racism

Frank Rich calls the Shirley Sherrod tape fiasco a "new low" in race relations, and repeats the liberal myth of Rep. John Lewis being "pelted with racial epithets while walking past protesters on ...

Matt Bai Makes Up 'Hateful 25-Year-Olds' Hurling 'Racial Slurs' at Tea Party Rallies

Matt Bai passes along a discredited liberal myth from March: "The question of racism in the amorphous Tea Party movement is, of course, a serious one, since so much of the Republican Party seems ...

Great Minds Think Alike, and So Do Liberal Times Columnists Frank Rich and Charles Blow

Charles Blow on Saturday: "Even the optics must be irritating. A woman (Nancy Pelosi) pushed the health care bill through the House. The bill's most visible and vocal proponents included a gay man ...

Hulse Links Obama-Care Protests to Violent Racists of Civil Rights Movement

Just what is reporter Carl Hulse implying here in his Obama-care story/profile of Democratic congressman and civil rights marcher John Lewis? "Lewis said he was not intimidated as he walked to the ...
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