Terrorism

NYT: No Free Speech Defenders for Criticism of Radical Islam

Hair coloring as a sign of anti-Muslim extremism? "Geert Wilders's bleached-blond hair goes to the root of his character. For more than two decades, Mr. Wilders, the controversial anti-Islam ...

Crude Coverage

Media ignore OPECs control of oil market when covering Americas pain at the pump.

More Overboard Reporting on Waterboarding

When it comes to Scott Shane's reporting, everyone can expect the Spanish Inquisition.

Using Left-Wing Talking Points to Push Reporter's 9-11 Book

The liberal publishing house behind Philip Shenon's book on 9-11 is pushing left-wing talking points to sell it, such as: "Why the Commission did not expose Mayor Rudolph Giuliani's egregious ...

"Upbeat" U.S. Deluded About Decline of Civilian Fatalities in Iraq?

"The late-afternoon blast in the Zayuna neighborhood, days after American officials gave an upbeat briefing about how civilian casualties had declined significantly, was one in a string of attacks ...

Times Acts as Handmaiden to Feminist Faludi's Deluded Take on 9-11

Patricia Cohen: "The prefeminist thinking was everywhere, Ms. Faludi said: in the media, where female commentators were suddenly scarce after 9-11 and specious trend reports appeared about women ...

Times Chips Away at Giuliani's "Myth-Making Moment" of 9-11

The Times is determined to turn Rudy Giuliani's 9-11 leadership into an albatross.

Giuliani's "Political Exploitation" of 9-11?

The Times is determined to limit any political gains Republican Rudy Giuliani gets for 9-11: "...there have been renewed questions about the fuzzy line between somber remembrance and political ...

The Times Can't Shake Its Skepticism over Terror Plots

Even the undeniable threat foiled in Germany yesterday comes with a caveat: "Europe has been the site of a number of devastating terrorist plots, but some have turned out later to be less than met ...

Blurring the Iraq-Al Qaeda Connection with "Mesopotamia"

So nice, the Times printed it twice in two days: "Al Qaeda in Mesopotamia, the homegrown Sunni Arab extremist group that American intelligence agencies have concluded is foreign led. The extent of ...
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