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NYT Makes Romney's 15% Tax Rate a Loaded Lead Story, Ignores Context

By paragraph three the Times had characterized the candidate's remarks as "likely to cement Mr. Romney's place as an unwilling emblem of the intensifying national debate over taxation and income ...

Times Reporter Again Hails Warren Buffett, the Liberals' Favorite Billionaire Investor

David Kocieniewski takes advantage of the controversy over Mitt Romney's 15% tax rate to again push for higher rates on the rich.

Lead Story on South Carolina Debate Crammed With 'Conservatives'

Also: Remember the "early promise" of moderate Jon Huntsman Jr.'s presidential campaign? Neither do most Republicans.

No Rest in Peace for Gay Rights: Times Mars Memory of Cracker Barrel Founder

Pushing gay rights in the obituaries: "Danny Evins, who created Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, a restaurant heavy on grits and nostalgia, expanded it into a $2 billion chain and then fought a ...

Bruni Forwards Supermarket Scanner Urban Legend About George H.W. Bush

Frank Bruni: "But he walks a tightrope, wanting to broadcast his success without seeming out of touch. A wealthy candidate's aides guard against tone-deaf admissions of privilege while opponents ...

Wisdom From Rosenthal's Sunday Review: 'Romney's Meticulously Cultivated Whiteness'

Contributor Lee Siegel: "Mitt Romney is the whitest white man to run for president in recent memory....He knows that he offers to these people the white solution to the problem of a black president."

Araton Says 'Sideshow' Tim Tebow Shouldn't Have Met Brain-Damaged QB After Loss

Hypocritical Times columnist Harvey Araton deigns to give a Heisman Trophy winning quarterback advice on both religious practice and athletic leadership, mocks him: "...the scene was a ...

NYT Public Editor Responds to Koch Industries, Laments Paper's One-Sided Liberal Opinion Slant

Writing on the hostility to Koch Industries that dominates the paper's opinion and critical writing, Public Editor Arthur Brisbane admitted he "would be happier if The Times had a more diverse ...

Public Editor Asks if NYT Reporters Should Fact-Check, But They Already Do (the GOP, Anyway)

Public Editor Arthur Brisbane made waves by asking Should The Times Be a Truth Vigilante? But the paper already is, at least against Republicans, replete with ardent defenses of liberal policy ...

Occupy Wall Street, Still Seeping Into the NYT's Consciousness

The Times can hope: "About two-thirds of Americans now believe there are 'strong conflicts' between rich and poor in the United States, a survey by the Pew Research Center found, a sign that the ...
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