3/19/2013 1:00 PM ET
The 8,000-word New York Times
magazine cover by Ben Ehrenreich is an admiring profile of purportedly "non-violent"
protests put on by the West Bank village of Nabi Saleh. Among
the striking ...
3/18/2013 1:21 PM ET
Times reporter Jonathan Weisman can't believe it: "Republicans in the House and
Senate are standing firmly in the way of Mr. Obama’s second-term agenda,
with a message that is striking when ...
3/18/2013 12:23 PM ET
There was nothing but festering distress and especially "division" on
the right at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference held
last week, at least according to the New York Times. ...
3/15/2013 1:00 PM ET
Times media reporter Brian Stelter piles on the praise for left-wing MSNBC host Chris Hayes, who is moving up the ranks: "Mr. Hayes, a liberal intellectual who has hosted a well-regarded weekend ...
3/12/2013 3:24 PM ET
Detroit's former mayor Kwame Kilpatrick was convicted on multiple serious charges, including racketeering, fraud, and extortion, yet Times reporter Mary Chapman buried Kilpatrick's Democratic ...
3/11/2013 3:01 PM ET
The Times is a little dismissive about fear of state power, at least with Obama in the White House: "The debate goes to the heart of a deeply
rooted American suspicion about the government, the ...
3/5/2013 11:33 AM ET
Times political editor Richard Stevenson nods along to the liberal view of life in his "conservative"-heavy analysis of a Republican Party "clinging" to spending cuts: "Liberals dismiss the ...
2/22/2013 12:42 PM ET
A lead Times story celebrated "G.O.P. Governors Providing a Lift For Health Law."
The most notable convert: Florida Gov. Rick Scott, who reversed his
position this week and announced his ...
2/18/2013 6:10 PM ET
Robert Draper in the Times magazine: "But [Lee] Atwater, the legendary R.N.C. chairman, did not have to worry
about freelance voices like Limbaugh and Todd Akin offending whole
swaths of ...
2/18/2013 3:27 PM ET
Reporter Jonathan Weisman is shocked, shocked to find partisanship in the U.S. Senate: "Without
naming names, Senator Barbara Boxer, Democrat of California, offered a
biting label for the ...