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After Noor Conviction, NY Times’ Eligon Shows Strange New Concern For Cop Rights

May 6, 2019 by


By Clay Waters ~ New York Times reporter John Eligon, after years of criticizing police in the aftermath of racially charged shootings, is suddenly concerned about police being unfairly treated. He led off Saturday’s National section page with “Black Officer, White Victim and Rare Murder Conviction,” on the verdict of third-degree murder a Minneapolis jury […]

The Left’s Chilling Refusal To Stop Flirting With Marxist Ideas

May 7, 2018 by


By Jarrett Stepman ~ The New York Times just can’t stop talking about communism. Recently the Times ran an editorial headlined  “Happy Birthday, Karl Marx. You Were Right!” The piece, written by Jason Barker, a professor in South Korea, is about what one would expect from a defense of communism. As one Federalist writer noted, […]

NYT’s New Duplicitious Attack On Trump’s ‘Unparalleled War On Law Enforcement’

February 5, 2018 by


By Clay Waters ~ The media meltdown continues, in the wake of the release of the House Intelligence Committee memo detailing alleged misconduct by the FBI and the DOJ. In “Trump’s Unparalleled War,” a “news analysis” on the front of Sunday’s New York Times, reporters Sharon LaFraniere, Katie Benner, and Peter Baker fancy they’ve uncovered […]

The MSM, Somali Pirates, And Captain Phillips’s Rescue If Bush Were President

April 16, 2009 by


By RidesAPaleHorse at DBKP. Imagine it was before the election, President Bush was still in office, and the Somali pirate problem was handled in the same way that the Obama administration handled the recent dramatic rescue of American Capt. Richard Phillips after the foiled hijack attempt of his ship by Somali pirates. Read more Great […]