New York Times

The New York Times owes Americans a big, fat apology

Michael Goodwin, New York Post

The Times was way out front, along with the Washington Post, in peddling the Russia collusion hoax. And because of its prominence and the power of its news service, the vast bulk of the media followed the Times’ lead. It is the bell cow, and it led the media over the cliff by getting the big story wrong. Twice now, the decision to abandon journalistic standards of fairness has been proven to be sensationally wrong, and added to the growing distrust not only of the Times, but of the media in general. By all means, the Gray Lady should once again say she is sorry.

New York Times' 'Inside' Attack on Trump Unbelievably Cowardly

Roger L. Simon, PJ Media

What the Times is publishing here for its own very temporary convenience is inside propaganda from the hoary ultra-establishment wing of the Republican Party.  It is the Deep State in action, though the author claims to represent the "steady state." The man or woman who wrote this article is in actuality an abject coward, the kind of tattletale who is afraid to identify himself or herself for fear of losing a government job.  How pathetic is that?  Why would anyone trust such a person?

Why the NYT Is Obsessed with Alan Dershowitz

Roger L. Simon, PJ Media

What is being exposed here for the umpteenth time is that Great American Newspapers like the NYT are not in any way impartial but are but tony propaganda sheets for the current version of political correctness, whatever that may be. Unfortunately, that is no longer Dershowitz, who represents liberalism from another era when it was still somewhat, well, liberal and wholeheartedly supported such seemingly shopworn chestnuts as the First Amendment. Now it is the slave of progressivism, hence Alan must be ostracized. So the NYT went postal and behaved like raving idiots.

James O’Keefe Busts YouTube Deciding What Is ‘Legitimate’ News, and What Isn’t

Joel B. Pollak, Breitbart

James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas has released a follow-up to its exposé of bias at the New York Times earlier this week. This time, the target is YouTube, the ubiquitous video-sharing platform owned by technology giant Google.

President Trump’s Arizona Speech Drives Left Nuts

Trump’s Phoenix speech was good mostly because Trump showed he could still be Trump, and that he wasn’t going to be cowed into abandoning his base – and because along the way he delivered an epic put down to the national media’s Charlottesville narrative.

The New York Times is in Trouble in Palin libel suit

John Hinderaker, Powerline

Ms. Palin can make a strong argument that the Times editorialists knew that their smear was a lie, based on reporting done by the Times itself. (The editorialists’ defense likely will have to be that they don’t read their own newspaper.) But at a minimum, it seems that the Times editorial was published with reckless disregard for whether it was true or not. It was a product of sheer hatred toward Palin.

AG Sessions Before The Senate Intelligence Committee: It’s A Hearing About Nothing

Today’s hearing before the Senate Intelligence Committee featuring former Senator, now Attorney General, Jeff Sessions should be the last time the government of the United States allows itself to be manipulated into responding to the lies and provocations of James Comey.

James Comey: The Incredible Shrinking Man

Perhaps if James Comey had known his Rudyard Kipling a bit better he might have chosen a different metaphor for himself than Captains Courageous, like the one where Kipling said, Now, don't be angry after you've been afraid. That's the worst kind of cowardice.

Liberal New York Times columnist may face serious legal problems

Mark J. Fitzgibbons, American Thinker

President Trump takes a lot of flak for his tweeting, but a prominent liberal New York Times columnist may face more than criticism.  Could NY Times’ Kristoff’s tweet asking anyone at the IRS to criminally leak Trump’s tax return be solicitation of a felony? With the Department of Justice now back in the business of enforcing the law against even liberals, perhaps we will be reading more about this solicitation in the future.

Steve Bannon Is Right

“I want you to quote this,” President Trump’s senior White House strategist Steve Bannon told The New York Times. “The media here is the opposition party. They don’t understand this country. They still do not understand why Donald Trump is the president of the United States.”

Useless Spayd Work

George Neumayr, The American Spectator

Spayd is a “public editor” at a paper (New York Times) that doesn’t want to hear from the public. It wants to propagandize them. As that becomes harder to do, owing to an abundance of alternatives, the paper’s reporters retreat into the liberal bubble even more. They huddle together and talk darkly of “threats to press freedom” and a “crisis in journalism.” But all this chatter amounts to is a glorified complaint about the diminution of their own power, which they wielded recklessly and lost justly.

Trump Denies It All: Calls Groping Claims A ‘Coordinated Character Assassination’

Derek Hunter, Daily Caller

Calling the allegations “a completely false, coordinated character assassination” attempt, Senior Communications Advisor Jason Miller added, “It is absurd to think that one of the most recognizable business leaders on the planet with a strong record of empowering women in his companies would do the things alleged in this story, and for this to only become public decades later in the final month of a campaign for president should say it all.”

New York Times Paints a False Picture of Prosperity

Stephen Moore, The American Spectator

Using one year of data after seven and a half years of Obama policies is pretty misleading and distortionary. Things did get better in 2015. But guess what. So far this year the economy has grown at just one percent. It looks like that one year of good news will be a statistical blip. No wonder Americans by a two to one margin believe the economy is “on the wrong track.” And they are right.

The Gray Lady’s Dainty Concerns About Bias

George Neumayr, The American Spectator

Unlike Sean Hannity, who openly discloses his bias, reporters at the New York Times pretend they don’t have one. They see “objectivity” and liberalism as one and the same and thus feel no need to cover the issues dispassionately. What discredited journalism was not the rise of conservative pundits but liberal propagandists who masquerade as reporters.

The New York Times Attacks Sean Hannity

Jeffrey Lord, The American Spectator

It’s because of Donald Trump that all of a sudden — out of the blue! — American journalists have to “throw out the textbook American journalism has been using for the better part of the past half-century, if not longer….” I’ll go with Hannity any day.

The Shameless New York Times

L. Brent Bozell III and Tim Graham, CNS News

It's safe to say that Trump is no one's idea of Mr. Manners. His rudeness toward women was summarized by Fox's Megyn Kelly at the first GOP debate. And the way Trump treated her afterward underlined it. But The New York Times now has no right whatsoever to pass judgment on presidential candidates and their treatment of women.

The New York Times Will Do Anything To Discredit Cruz

Steve Berman, The Resurgent

It’s sad that the press has to resort to thee year old stories about long-disclosed margin call loans and Cruz’s birth in Canada to sling poo at him. It just shows how incredibly scared they are (along with the Washington establishment of both parties).

Brooks Gets ‘Naked’ on Cruz

David Brooks, establishment Republican opinion slinger for The New York Times and Public Broadcasting, thinks Ted Cruz is not just ambitious, but nakedly ambitious. For conservatives who don’t read Brooks, his article is a jewel of an insight to establishment thought.

Pro-Amnesty Mex. Billionaire Becomes Largest NYTimes Investor

Tony Lee, Breitbart

Carlos Slim, the 2nd richest man in the world, increased his shares in the NY Times newspaper company. Slim initially helped the Times stay afloat when he “lent the paper $250 million in 2009.” The Times is one of Obama’s most ferocious amnesty defenders.