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Barbaro's Bashing of NYC's GOP Mayoral Candidate Highlights NYT's Double Standards on Religious Mockery

Joseph Lhota is a moderate Republican running for mayor of New York City, but Michael Barbaro's front-page story focuses on an incident from 1999 when he inflamed Manhattan's artsy left-wing ...
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Media in Love with Bloomberg’s Nanny State Policies

 Time and time again, news outlets promote and praise everything mayor proposes. 
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Billionaire Tries to Buy Legislation, and the New York Times Loves It

Turnabout: New York Times reporter Michael Barbaro praises a billionaire for influencing legislation -- liberal legislation, anyway: "In a telling sign of how much the white-hot demands for ...
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Billionaire Tries to Buy Legislation, and the New York Times Loves It

Turnabout: New York Times reporter Michael Barbaro praises a billionaire for influencing legislation -- liberal legislation, anyway: "In a telling sign of how much the white-hot demands for gun ...
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NYT's Front Page Features Paternalistic Liberal Take on Minority Groups Against NYC Soda Ban

New York Times campaign finance reporter Nicholas Confessore's front-page story took a liberal angle on a judge striking down New York City's controversial new regulation banning large soda ...
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New York Times: Late Ed Koch Fostered Racist Assaults, But 'Redeemed' By...Al Sharpton?

Joseph Berger accuses the late New York City mayor Ed Koch of fostering an atmosphere of white-on-black assaults: "Despite his condemnation of the mob beatings, it was hard to tamp down a sense ...
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New York Times: 'There Is a Good Chance New York City Will Sink Beneath the Sea'

The Statue of Liberty under water on the front of the New York Times' Sunday Review: "Whether in 50 or 100 or 200 years, there is a good chance New York City will sink beneath the sea." Why? You ...
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Front-Page NYTimes Story Faults 'White Gentrifiers' Helping Victims of Sandy, Quotes 'Bitter' Help Recipients

Oh, no, white people helping! Times reporter Sarah Maslin Nir faults the "white gentrifiers" helping victims of Hurricane Sandy: "As volunteers with the makeshift relief efforts have applied ...

Front-Page National News in NYT: NYC Mayor Endorses Obama, Theory of Climate Change

Raymond Hernandez makes the front page with a story on NYC Mayor Bloomberg endorsing Barack Obama in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, while pushing the theory of man-made climate change. Hernandez ...
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ABC, NBC Tout 'Star-Studded' Obama Fund-Raisers for 'Prez in the City'

ABC and NBC on Friday both excitedly touted Barack Obama's "star-studded" celebrity fund-raisers in New York City, gushing over the "Prez in the City." Neither network wondered if $40,000 per ...
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