Racism

An Economic Reporter's Wacky Idea of Utopia: Let Government Spend Even More

Eduardo Porter: "But philanthropy allows [Americans] to target spending on those they personally believe are deserving, instead of allowing the government to choose....Politicians, from Richard ...

On Easter Sunday, Celebrating Obama's Speech from the Pulpit - and the NYT

"Television programs showed recorded parts of sermons by Mr. Wright, who is nationally known for his work in creating economic development programs in the inner city, inspiring many other black ...

Obama's "Unimaginable Step" on Race vs. GOP's "Under Cover" Racism

According to the Times, any popular GOP position is a stand-in for racial animosity: "Race did not disappear entirely from presidential campaigns; it went under cover. It lay buried in code ...

Obama the Wise Calls for "National Discussion About Race," But....

Headline, same page: "Obama Works to Shift Campaign Back to Domestic Issues."

NYT Glosses Over Wright's Rants on 9-11, "God Damn America"

The Times has often omitted Obama minister Jeremiah Wright's actual hateful comments about America and 9-11

Obama's Church of Slurs

Barack Obama looks phony either way. Either he missed all of these sermons or he sincerely thinks that hateful, race-baiting, America-bashing sermons are part of a pleasant Sunday worship ...

Linking Today's Illegal Immigration Opponents to Violent Racists of a Century Ago

From a picture caption: "Anti-Catholic - Burning of St. Augustine Roman Catholic Church in Philadelphia, 1844. As immigration soared, so did nativist reaction."

Obama, Thomas and Liberal Bias

The media paint the Supreme Court Justice's autobiography as angry, but ignore the rage in the presidential candidate's autobiography.

GOP Spreading Anti-Immigrant "Hatred on the Campaign Trail"

The editorial page pivots from Bush's last State of the Union Address to show its contempt for the GOP slate.

Nossiter Finds More Appeals to Racism Among Republicans

Reporter Adam Nossiter on the GOP: "...appeals to solidarity based on race remain a potent if unspoken force for the party."
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