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New York Times, Mouthpiece for Obama, Calls French Newspaper 'Mouthpiece' for President Sarkozy

Behold the irony: The New York Times' Paris-based reporter Scott Sayare says the newspaper Le Figaro is "a right-leaning daily newspaper that is increasingly viewed as a mouthpiece for [President ...

NYT Can't Stop Blaming French President Sarkozy Appeals to 'Far Right,' Even After Toulouse Killer Identified as Radical Islamist

Even after the murderer in Toulouse is identified as a radical Islamist, the Times still can't let go of its attacks on French President Nicolas Sarkozy's for allegedly making anti-immigrant ...
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Carl Hulse Indulges Russ Feingold's Preening Liberal Melodrama

New York Times congressional reporter Carl Hulse indulges liberal Sen. Russ Feingold's preening post-9-11 melodrama: "The pleasant Capitol Hill neighborhood that he inhabited became an armed ...

OWS Like Tiananmen Square, But Tea Party Protests Were Like Terrorist Weathermen

Michael Kimmelman's piece on the Aristotelian "polis" of Occupy Wall Street was accompanied by photos of legendary protests from Tiananmen Square and the fall of the Berlin Wall. When the Times ...

Media Cast Bush as Rights Abuser, Gloss Over Obama's Killing of U.S. Citizen

The three network morning shows on Friday all highlighted the United States' success in killing terrorist Anwar al Awlaki. However, although these same programs were sensitive to the slightest ...

NBC Interrupts 9-11 Commemoration to Scold Iraq War

Just as they did right after the killing of Osama bin Laden back in May, NBC's Brian Williams and Richard Engel interrupted Sunday morning's ceremonies marking the tenth annivesary of the 9/11 ...

10 Years On: The New York Times and 9-11

After committing heroic journalism in the days and weeks after the attacks on September 11, 2001, New York Times journalists slipped back into partisan liberal patterns, blaming Bush for failing ...
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Ten Years After September 11, Recalling the Outrageousness of the Hollywood Left

Ten years after the attacks of September 11, it's worth recalling how the immediate reaction of some on the far Left was to blame the United States foreign policy for instigating the attacks, ...

10 Years On: The New York Times and 9-11

After committing heroic journalism in the days and weeks after the attacks on September 11, 2001, Times journalists slipped back into partisan liberal patterns, blaming Bush for failing to stop ...

NBC's Lauer to Cheney: You're the 'Most Divisive Political Figure in This Country in a Century'

On Tuesday's NBC Today, co-host Matt Lauer began a hostile interview with Dick Cheney by running through various derisive labels for the former Vice President: "You've been called 'controversial' ...
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