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NY Times’ Strange New Respect For Cops: Noor Conviction ‘Seen By Some As…Double Standard’

June 9, 2019 by


By Clay Waters ~ When The New York Times‘s hostility to police collides with the unyielding demands of solidarity and multiculturism, we get upside-down reporting like the kind that appeared in Saturday’s New York Times, when reporters Matt Furber and Mitch Smith question the harsh sentencing of a former police officer, Somali-American Mohammed Noor, found guilty […]

NYT Hails Argentina’s ‘Reproductive-Rights Movement,’ Even In Defeat: ‘Abortion Will Be Legal Soon’

August 11, 2018 by


By Clay Waters ~ New York Times stringer Daniel Politi teamed with the paper’s Brazil bureau chief Ernesto Londono to cover a failed attempt in Argentina to legalize abortion in the first 14 weeks of a pregenancy: “Though Abortion Bill Failed in Argentina, a Movement Took Hold — A Narrow Loss Inspires Women.” The text […]

When Is It “News”?

August 11, 2018 by


A Dry Bones Cartoon ~ I remember doing a similar cartoon in the Jerusalem Post years ago. If you remember those old days (or you’d like to see what they were like) you’ll find my collection of those cartoon classics (“Young and Innocent:The Way We Were”) at Amazon. Read more by Yaakov Kirschen at Dry […]

NYT Uses Racist Tweets From Then-17-Year-Old Pitcher To Smear Baseball Fans: ‘Unbridled White Id’

July 28, 2018 by


By Clay Waters ~ New York Times sports columnist Michael Powell attacked Milwaukee Brewer’s pitcher Josh Hader from the front of Friday’s Sports section, for old racist social media posts recently unearthed from several years ago, written when Hader was 17: “As Baseball Gets Whiter, an Ovation Follows Racist Tweets.” Powell was unforgiving of the […]

NYT Treats Census Citizenship Query As Sinister, Ignores Presence On 2000 Form

July 26, 2018 by


By Clay Waters ~ In Wednesday’s New York Times, Michael Wines targeted Commerce Secretary Wilbur L. Ross Jr.’s explanations for why the Trump administration added a question about citizenship to the 2020 census — or more accurately, re-added and expanded. In “A Question’s Murky Path Onto the 2020 Census,” Wines went on the warpath against […]

New York Magazine: Fool Midwest Voters By Rebranding Socialism

July 4, 2018 by


By P.J. Gladnick ~ Pssst! Don’t call it socialism, especially in the Midwest. Pass it along. New York magazine writer Eric Levitz admits in his July 3 article that the socialism of Democratic-Socialist candidate Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (pictured) of the Bronx by way of Westchester County might be a tough sell to voters in the Midwest. […]

Disingenuous Wires: Court’s 7-2 Gay Wedding Cake Ruling Is ‘Narrow’?

June 5, 2018 by


By Tom Blumer ~ Both the Associated Press and Reuters have described today’s 7-2 Supreme Court ruling in Masterpiece Cake Shop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission as “narrowly” decided and “limited.” The justification for this characterization is thin, and AP has erroneously contended that “the big issue in the case, whether a business can refuse to […]