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Obituaries

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Hugo Chavez Loved Baseball and the South Bronx, NY Times Gushes

Propaganda for the late left-wing strongman of Venezuela Hugo Chavez keeps popping up in strange places in the New York Times. Reporter Frances Robles took a trip down leftist memory lane with ...
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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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Andrew Breitbart's Legacy "Just Stunts and Demagoguery," Suggests NYTimes Editor Headlam

Times media editor Bruce Headlam was ungracious after the death of conservative media activist Andrew Breitbart: "Andrew Breitbart was controversial, not for his polemics, which weren’t ...

Obit Writer Sees Communist as 'Educator,' Conservative as 'Far Right...Unbending Ideologue'

For Times obituary writer Bruce Weber, Communist Angela Davis is merely an "activist and educator," but the late conservative activist Paul Weyrich was "one of the far right's most unbending ...

Democrats and Double Standards in the NYT: 'Respected Voice' Robert Byrd vs. 'Foe of Integration' Strom Thurmond

According to the New York Times, Democrat senator and former Klan member Robert Byrd was a "Respected Voice of the Senate." Yet Republican Sen. Jesse Helms had a "hard-edged conservatism that ...

Democrats and Double Standards: 'Respected Voice' Robert Byrd vs. 'Foe of Integration' Strom Thurmond

Democrat senator and former Klan member Robert Byrd was a "Respected Voice of the Senate." Republican senator Jesse Helms had a "hard-edged conservatism that opposed civil rights, gay rights, ...

Fox's Wallace Highlights NYT's Kennedy vs. Helms Obit Contrast

Fox News picks up on the double standard between remembrances of Sen. Ted Kennedy and Sen. Jesse Helms.

Ted Kennedy Obit Avoids the Jesse Helms Treatment

Liberal Sen. Ted Kennedy was "one of the most effective lawmakers in the history of the Senate," while conservative Sen. Jesse Helms's "mossy drawl barely masked a hard-edged conservatism that ...

Go Down, Moses

The Times treated conservative acting legend Charlton Heston and CIA turncoat Philip Agee with equal hostility.

Media Obituaries Expose Political Bias

Why did the media treat Tony Snow so much more respectfully than Jesse Helms and Jerry Falwell?
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