Posts in category "New York Times"

Ryanitis: Dowd Loses Her Delicately Balanced Mind in Ryan Fearmongering

-By Warner Todd Huston Usually I don’t write much about wholly meaningless people, but on Saturday, August 18, New York Times screedist Maureen Dowd turned in a particularly unhinged performance that just screams to be discussed. It might also scream that MoDowd’s Ryanitis is at such an advanced case of virulence that she might just... Read more »

NY Times: Family Research. Council Shooting POSSIBLY Driven by Politics?

-By Warner Todd Huston The New York Times finally deigned to consider the motive of the domestic terrorist that shot up the Family Research Council earlier this week and in its wisdom it has decided that maybe, just maybe, there is a long shot, outside chance that the shooter could “possibly” have been motivated by... Read more »

New York Times: Gosh, Remember Obama's 'Jaw-Dropping' Crowds?

-By Warner Todd Huston For The New York Times, reporter Jackie Calmes must have found Chris Matthews’ leg tingle as she penned a story dreamily reminiscing about Obama’s “jaw-dropping crowds” he used to garner at campaign stops back in 2007-08. Calmes also wondered why Obama isn’t getting those great crowds anymore? Oh, she was filled... Read more »
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NYTimes Food Reporter Rejoices at Chick-Fil-A VP's Heart Attack, Apologizes

-By Warner Todd Huston Mark Bittman, a New York Times food critic, admits he used an “inappropriate phrase” in an August 3 blog posting about Chick-Fil-A. In fact, it was down right Bitter, man, because he seemed to be rejoicing that a vice president of the fast food company had died of a heart attack... Read more »

Olympian Lolo Jones Scolds NYTimes for Not Supporting Our U.S. Olympic Athletes

-By Warner Todd Huston U.S. Olympic Hurdler Lolo Jones was slammed by The New York Times as a woman of little accomplishment, a flimsy girl not sufficiently woman’s libby enough, one that is all show and no go and during an August 8 appearance on NBC’s Today, the hurdler broke down in tears wondering why... Read more »

NYTimes Looks for 'Golden Lining'… in Genocide?

-By Warner Todd Huston By some accounts, since the coming to power of Zimbabwe’s terror-inducing Robert Mugabe, up to 480,000 people have lost their lives. Of those not killed outright or starved to death, tens of thousands of people had their property stolen and their livelihoods ended, they were beaten, raped, and left for dead.... Read more »
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Roger Ebert Tries to Exploit Colorado Crime for Gun Control Purposes

-By Warner Todd Huston Dear Mr. Ebert, the Colorado theater was a ‘gun free zone’ Jumping on the gun-ban band wagon and to take political advantage of the murders in Colorado, film critic Roger Ebert immediately ran to his keyboard to decry our “insane” gun laws in an Op Ed in the New York Times.... Read more »

NY Times Gives Obama a Pass on Outrageous Claim That Romney's a 'Felon'

-By Warner Todd Huston Once again The New York Times lends its “paper of record” as a vehicle for Obama’s reelection campaign by leaving out important parts of a story, parts that mitigate in favor of GOP candidate Mitt Romney. Specifically, the Times is repeating the Obama claim that Romney committed some sort of fraud... Read more »

New York Times Slams Romney on Foreign Finances, Ignores Democrats'

-By Warner Todd Huston The New York Times is aghast that Mitt Romney won’t succumb to demands from Democrats and the Old Media that he release enough of his financial records to suit them. In particular, the Times worries over Mitt’s Swiss bank account and foreign investments. But while the paper beats Romney up for... Read more »
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Man That Admitted BBC's Left-Wing Bias to Head New York Times

-By Warner Todd Huston Mark Thompson is the outgoing Director of England’s British Broadcasting Corp. and now, word is he’s eyeing a new job over here in the Colonies. Apparently Thompson’s interviewing to become the next chief of the New York Times. Yes, the very BBC chief that was forced to admit that his TV... Read more »