NYTimes

Avoiding the Issue of the Times' Anti-Israel Slant

Plus, the Council on American-Islamic Relations is just "a civil rights and advocacy organization."

Daily Kos: Less Radical Than Early National Review?

"Today, of course, National Review is widely read as a journal of the Republican establishment. But in its infancy it was regarded as extreme - far more radical than the bloggers most influential ...

Whitewashing A Stalinist Anti-War Group

The Times waits until the tenth paragraph to identify the radical group ANSWER as the main sponsor of an anti-war rally, and then fails to identify the group's Communist affiliation.

Hypocrisy: Times Wants "To Celebrate What Worked" in British Anti-Terror Investigation

And then, perhaps, run lead stories exposing the classified details of "what worked," thus wrecking the programs?

GOP Playing Politics with Terror

Nagourney: "Republicans, facing tough midterm elections - and with a history, as Democrats noted, of spotlighting terrorist threats in election seasons...."

A "Varied Group" of Terrorist Plotters?

And what does Lebanon have to do with a terror plot several months in the making? The Times knows.

Nasrallah's Dreams of Israel Annihilation Missing from NYT

Neil MacFarquhar's profile of Hezbollah's terrorist leader Sheikh Nasrallah included this description: "He always calls Israel 'the Zionist entity,' maintaining that all Jewish immigrants should ...

Still No Kind Words for Condoleezza Rice

Helene Cooper again cooks Condoleezza Rice and the U.S. support of Israel in a front-page "news" story: ""Washingtons resistance to an immediate cease-fire and its staunch support of Israel have ...

Still Ignoring Cynthia McKinney's Nutty Conspiracy Theories

Brenda Goodman follows up on her story on the Democratic primary loss by inflammatory Rep. Cynthia McKinney of Georgia, but lets her allies blame the Republicans and again ignores McKinney's ...

Ned Lamont's Band of Irate...Moderates?

An editorial ludicrously tries to portray vengeful anti-Lieberman bloggers and anti-war activists as moderates.
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