Racism

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."

Maine, "The Whitest State"

Reporter Abby Goodnough collects scattered anecdotes of racial bias to paint a long, unflattering picture of an entire state.

Selena's Sickening Standards: Slime Innocent Duke Players, Weep for Guilty Vick

As columnist Selena Roberts moves to Sports Illustrated, her shoddy treatment of the Duke lacrosse players shouldn't be forgotten.

Reagan the Racist? David Brooks vs. Paul Krugman, Round 2

Slate picks up on David Brooks' secret attack on Paul Krugman for spreading myths about Reagan and racism.

David Brooks Defends Reagan on Racism, Sinks Bank Shot Against Krugman

Is Paul Krugman reading this? "But still the slur spreads. It's spread by people who, before making one of the most heinous charges imaginable, couldn't even take 10 minutes to look at the evidence."

Times Just Can't Stand Lou Dobbs' Stand on Illegal Immigration

The Times pursues Lou Dobbs' opposition to illegal immigration as if he was the first journalist to ever make his opinion on an issue clear (although it's an everyday occurrence in the liberal media).

After Duke, Sudden Concern for "Racial Overtones" in Rape Allegations

Faced with a black athlete as a suspect and an alleged rape victim who is white, the Times displays a concern for "racial overtones" totally absent in its shoddy coverage of the Duke lacrosse ...
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