By P.J. Gladnick ~ New York Times writer Helene Cooper must be posting her articles from an alternate reality. It is the only conclusion that one can reach when reading her reaction to the announcement today that Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl, who was swapped last year for five Guantanamo prisoners, will be charged with desertion. So […]
By Clay Waters ~ Jodi Rudoren, the Jerusalem bureau chief for the New York Times, is often criticized as anti-Israel and hostile in particular to conservative Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. In the wake of a tighter-than-expected reelection campaign and Netanyahu’s controversial speech to Congress, in which he warned of the dangers of a nuclear Iran, […]
Urgent: Petition to be hand-delivered to Justice Department TOMORROW — help us break 100,000 signatures. Please join with Pentagon Papers whistleblower Daniel Ellsberg to take action now for freedom of the press. He helped launch this petition with our friends at RootsAction — at a crucial moment for the First Amendment. Right now we’re at just […]
By Clay Waters ~ Hooray for havoc? The New York Times’s new Upshot project got unusual prime print placement for its Tuesday story predicting – hoping? — that disasters accompanying the upcoming weather event El Nino could boost prospects for climate change legislation. It will “probably increase global temperatures, perhaps to the highest levels ever…offering […]
By Tom Blumer ~ On Friday, March 13, 1964, in Kew Gardens, Queens, Winston Moseley murdered Kitty Genovese, a twenty-eight-year-old bar manager, in Queens. In a March 10, 2014 column (HT Instapundit) in the New Yorker, Nicholas Lemann reviewed two recently published books on the murder and its aftermath, one by Catherine Pelonero and the other […]
By Andrew Bolt ~ Here is another case of something which is okay for one side of the Climate Change/Global Warming debate to do, something which, had the other side used in a similar manner, they would be vilified for. It seems that, just like the now infamous 10/10 video, if you think your side […]
By Alan Caruba ~ An enduring memory of my late Father is of him sitting in his chair by the fireplace reading The New York Times. As far as he was concerned, he was receiving the most accurate news of the nation and the world. Despite the many Pulitzer Prizes it has received over the […]
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