TimesWatch

Lebanon-Israel War Linked to Airline Terror Plot?

Plus: A British politician plays "the tough-on-terror card so familiar in the United States."

A Religious Double Standard?

The Times has a puffy piece on a Muslim Center in Queens teaching young Muslims the Koran - and nothing else - for up to three years, while noting as an aside that "the school may be inadvertently ...

Hezbollah, the Charity Group?

Wednesday's lead story on Hezbollah doesn't use the word "terrorism," but does cite the group's "reputation as an efficient grass-roots social service network."

Humanizing Hezbollah

Don't call them a terrorist group - it's an "organized militia."

Carl Hulse Spreads More Democratic Optimism

The Times' home page links directly to a Democratic campaign ad hosted by the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee.

Avoiding the Issue of the Times' Anti-Israel Slant

Plus, the Council on American-Islamic Relations is just "a civil rights and advocacy organization."

Daily Kos: Less Radical Than Early National Review?

"Today, of course, National Review is widely read as a journal of the Republican establishment. But in its infancy it was regarded as extreme - far more radical than the bloggers most influential ...

Whitewashing A Stalinist Anti-War Group

The Times waits until the tenth paragraph to identify the radical group ANSWER as the main sponsor of an anti-war rally, and then fails to identify the group's Communist affiliation.

Hypocrisy: Times Wants "To Celebrate What Worked" in British Anti-Terror Investigation

And then, perhaps, run lead stories exposing the classified details of "what worked," thus wrecking the programs?

GOP Playing Politics with Terror

Nagourney: "Republicans, facing tough midterm elections - and with a history, as Democrats noted, of spotlighting terrorist threats in election seasons...."
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