New York Times Panics As Media Monopoly Slips Away
In the aftermath of the smoking mountain of #FAIL that was the CNBC-hosted GOP debate, the candidates have taken the lead in deciding what the rules should be for future debates. I’m agnostic on what the rules should be and so long as the candidates can agree on them I’m fine with it. The New York Times, however, gets all screechy-voice-wetty-pants at the idea. In | Read More »
The New York Times vs. The New York Times on Presidential Prerogatives.
The New York Times can’t even remember the stuff that the New York Times has written in the past. The Old Grey Lady, indeed.
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It Took Amazon.com TWO MONTHS To Respond to the New York Times
Wow. Amazon needs a Prime account for its PR Team to respond to stories. On August 15, 2015, Jodi Kantor wrote this long piece on Amazon’s workplace for the New York Times. The story was damning, wide spread, and has been recirculated frequently over the past two months whenever anything Amazon related comes up. Two months later, Amazon.com has finally responded. Hilariously, its response is | Read More »
The New York Times’ Phoney Indignation, Grown-Ups and Illegal Immigration
Image Credit: GongTo/Shutterstock.com The New York Times professes alarm and indignation at the overbearing influence of corporate and plutocratic money in American politics. The paper’s Editorials have frequently denounced recent Supreme Court opinions permitting corporate funding for political advocacy. Nor have they scrupled to heap opprobrium on individual wealthy donors to politics. So on the Times own principles it is most | Read More »
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New York Times Writer, Philip B. Richardson, Tweets “F You” to Jeb Bush
Philip Richardson is a writer for the New York Times. Jeb Bush had a discussion this evening on poverty and Mr. Richardson did not like Jeb Bush’s answer to a particular question. In addition to cheering a “Black Lives Matter” activist, Mr. Richardson tweeted out, well: And New York Times writer @philipbrich has now deleted this tweet about @JebBush pic.twitter.com/fLKUDiZ18E— Oliver Darcy (@oliverdarcy) October 15, | Read More »
New York Times Editorial Board Flunks Geography
The degree to which the liberal establishment is terrified of the coming political Armageddon is on full display in today’s New York Times. An editorial, titled Crazy Talk, purports to portray the GOP field (this would be five successful governors, three senators, and three very successful private citizens) as out of touch. For instance: Start with immigration, and the idea that any president could or | Read More »
New York Times confirms The Daily Beast’s ISIS/intelligence scoop.
BOOM goes the dynamite: “A group of intelligence analysts have provided investigators with documents they say show that senior military officers manipulated the conclusions of reports on the war against the Islamic State, according to several government officials, as lawmakers from both parties voiced growing anger that they may have received a distorted picture about the military campaign’s progress.” Government inspectors specifically looking at CENTCOM (United | Read More »
David Brock and the New York Times are at war. #blessed
To be honest, if you’re a conservative pundit or political observer, you know that this is probably the kind of scenario where you just root for (metaphorical) injuries. [David] Brock, the former right-wing journalist-turned-pro-Clinton crusader, takes aim at a top New York Times editor in a soon-to-be released book obtained by POLITICO. In the book, titled “Killing the Messenger: The Right-Wing Plot to Derail Hillary | Read More »
The New York Times’ Racist Attack on Clarence Thomas
It is interesting that a major newspaper would so blatantly call out the only black man on the Supreme Court for borrowing language in briefings. He is by far not the only one, and his average rate of language borrowed from briefings is not that much different from his peers. Over the years, the average rate of nearly identical language between a party’s brief and the | Read More »
Classified Information Found On Hillary’s Private Email Account
The New York Times reports that government investigators “discovered classified information” on the private email account that Hillary Clinton used while secretary of state. Worse, the inspectors general of the State Department and the nation’s intelligence agencies said the information they found was classified when it was sent and remains so now. This is a problem for Hillary, who has been saying for months that | Read More »
The New York Times goes insane in its ‘edit’ of the Ellen Pao Reddit resignation story.
The New York Times did something very unpleasant with its story on Ellen Pao being canned from Reddit.
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HarperCollins vs. the New York Times
Thursday evening, we published a post on the New York Times declaring war on Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) 100% by not including his book on their Bestseller List. Today, HarperCollins, the book’s publisher, is pushing book. This is actually fairly big news, considering the New York Times has been viewed as the premiere book ranking source. Via McKay Coppins at BuzzFeed: In | Read More »
Obama Prefers the Lie to the Truth
More Obama: “If you watch Fox News you inhabit a completely different world, with different facts than if you read (the) New York Times."— Charlie Spiering (@charliespiering) June 22, 2015 Barack Obama, giving an interview on the West Coast recently, said, “If you watch Fox News you inhabit a completely different world, with different facts than if you read (the) New York Times.” Obama’s point | Read More »
Bum Fight!! New York Times and POLITICO duke it out over a bottle of Night Train
The honeymoon is over. The bloom is off the rose. The cold light of dawn has arrived. The heady romance is now headed for divorce court. For a few weeks POLITICO, and in particular its correspondent Dylan Byers (@DylanByers), has been the go-to guy the mainstream media use to stomp on the stories the Washington Free Beacon has been breaking. For instance, back on May 14, | Read More »
Marco Rubio, Commoner
Fresh off their shocking revelation that Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) 94% drives himself around like some peasant, getting speeding tickets in the process, the NYT is back at it again. The latest broadside against Rubio reveals – shockingly – that Rubio has struggled to pay his bills just like some regular old, non-1%er American: WEST MIAMI, Fla. — For years, Senator [mc_name | Read More »