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The 'Fiercely Principled' Jack Kevorkian Helped 'Spur the Growth of Hospice Care'

A Times obituary for Jack Kevorkian, who practiced ad-hoc euthanasia, gave him credit for principle while eliding much of his creepiness, recounted by a fellow Times reporter: "Kevorkian was ...

Times Buries Admission of Self Interest in Chevron-Ecuador Lawsuit Story

The Times reported Chevron has been using outtakes from the film "Crude," an anti-Chevron film, in its legal battles over an environmental damage lawsuit filed in Ecuador. The Times called it "a ...

In Wake of Prop 8 Defeat, Times Reflects on Gay Marriage as 'Wedge Issue'

A federal judge's ruling against Prop 8, the 2008 voter initiative banning gay marriage in California, was the source of editorial joy: "...a stirring and eloquently reasoned denunciation of all ...

NY Times: Double Standards on 'Demonizing' Justice Dept. Lawyers

The Times stands up for Obama administration lawyers who had previously defended Al Qaeda detainees at Guantanamo, fiercely attacking a conservative group for making their service an issue. Yet ...

Double Standards on 'Demonizing' Justice Dept. Lawyers

The Times stands up for Obama administration lawyers who had previously defended Al Qaeda detainees at Guantanamo, fiercely attacking a conservative group for making their service an issue. Yet ...

John Schwartz's Annual Distort: Mocking Bush's Social Security Reform, Reaganomics

Reporter John Schwartz is making an annual specialty out of mocking Republican economic ideas in the paper's special Mutual Funds Report section: In 2005 President Bush's attempt at Social ...

Glossing Over Real Issues of Nazi-Era Enthusiast Working for Anti-Israel Group

Human Rights Watch staffer Marc Garlasco, author of many reports hostile to Israel, was suspended after revelations he is an avid collector of Nazi memorabilia. The Times portrays Garlasco as a ...

Where's the Party? Selectively Identifying Troubled Democrats

A story on corrupt ex-Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich didn't mention his Democratic affiliation, but a story on convicted Alabama Gov. Don Siegelman did - to make him look like a victim of a ...

Times Pushes Two More Unlabeled Liberals for the Supreme Court

Two more possible Obama Supreme Court nominees, the "moderate" Carlos Moreno and "baseball savior" Sonia Sotomayor, get the Times' patented mainstreaming treatment from sympathetic Times reporters.

Times Writer Is Loving the Financial Meltdown: "Prada Goeth Before a Fall"

John Schwartz: "True joy, my friends, is the feeling that comes from knowing that the right people are sad....And let me tell you that anybody who wears a $30,000 watch can afford to lose $30,000."
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