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Special Edition: Conservatives in the Crosshairs
1/24/2011 9:57 AM ET
Vol. 24, No. 2
Times Watch Quotes of Note: Blame Conservatism, Not the Shooter, for Rampage in Arizona
1/21/2011 7:48 AM ET
In the aftermath of the killing in Tucson, Times reporters and commentators placed blame on conservative talk radio, Sarah Palin's campaign map, anti-immigration politics, hostility over ...
Send the Beast to Weight-Watchers
1/19/2011 5:06 PM ET
Want to end the rage? Starve the government.
Times Suddenly Discovers Caution When It Comes to Blaming Drugs for Loughner's Rampage
1/19/2011 1:23 PM ET
The Times suddenly hedges its journalistic rush to judgment on what caused the Tucscon shootings: "No one has suggested that his use of a hallucinogenic herb or any other drugs contributed to ...
Conservative Heavy-Hitters O'Rourke, Taranto Morally Excoriate Times' Tucson Coverage
1/19/2011 11:26 AM ET
P.J. O'Rourke on the Times' coverage of Tucson: "In the matter of self-serving, bitter, calculated cynicism, there wouldn't seem to be much left to prove against the Times. Judging by what I've ...
ABC, NBC Fret Over Gun Show in Tucson, ABC Surprised Crowds 'Aren't Protesters, They're Customers'
1/19/2011 7:52 AM ET
On Saturday, both ABC and NBC ran stories fretting over the Crossroads of the West Gun Show that was held over the weekend in Tucson, Arizona. On ABC, at one point, correspondent David Wright ...
Reporters Defend Paper's Coverage of Tucson Shootings, Denies NYT Blamed the Right Wing
1/17/2011 4:16 PM ET
Who blamed conservatives? Not us: "Commentators on the right were quick to condemn their perennial adversaries, including The New York Times, for drawing a cause-and-effect relationship between ...
Matt Bai Reruns Myth of Max Cleland, Republican Smear Victim
1/17/2011 3:11 PM ET
In an article on the Tucson shootings, reporter Matt Bai falsely attacks Republicans for questioning Democratic Sen. Max Cleland in a 2002 campaign ad: "...any sense of common purpose had more or ...
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