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Unbelievable update: The crappiest NYTimes column on Obamacare just got crappier; Update: Kristof’s disingenuous non-response
Scroll for updates…Kristof non-responds…holes remain… Today, I did something that Pulitzer Prize-winning NYTimes columnist Nick Kristof apparently didn’t do: I talked to a spokesman at the Oregon Health Sciences University in Portland, Oregon. I called them up after OHSU’s Dr. Johnny Delashaw left a comment about Kristof’s piece spotlighting the horrible plight of John Brodniak, […]
See update: Brodniak sob story debunked! Nick Kristof is the recipient of not one, but two Pulitzer Prizes for journalism. He has traveled the world, writes critically acclaimed books, and counts Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie among his glamorous friends. He is also the author of what may quite possibly be the crappiest New York […]
Tough times at the NYTimes: October 19, 2009 , 2:49 pm Times Says It Will Cut 100 Newsroom Jobs By Richard Perez-Pena The New York Times plans to eliminate 100 newsroom jobs – about 8 percent of the total – by year’s end, offering buyouts to union and non-union employees, and resorting to layoffs if […]
Photoshop credit: Leo Alberti The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports tonight that the ACORN/Rathke embezzlement sum was $5 million, not the widely cited $1 million figure admitted publicly to date by the left-wing racketeering group. But guess what? The figure is not new — and it is not news to the whitewashers at the New York […]
Who said it: “The real story to all this is how these myriad entities allow them to shuffle money around so much that no one really knows what’s getting spent on what.”
Just got the news from Regnery this afternoon: Culture of Corruption is #1 on the New York Times best-seller list for the 5th week in a row. Bottomless thanks again to all of you who have bought the book, shared it, spread the word, and used it as a resource to create real Hope and […]
The NYTimes has a round-up of blog posts decrying Jenna Bush’s new job at the Today Show and assailing nepotism run amok in the world of political families. Can you spot the missing words? One starts with “K” and ends with “Y.” And rhymes with “TENNEDY.” Also missing: A word that starts with “B” and […]
Mark Levin held the #1 spot on the NYTimes best-seller list for 12 weeks this summer. Culture of Corruption has held the top spot for the past 3 weeks. Glenn Beck’s latest book has topped the paperback non-fiction list for 9 weeks. The latest broadside against Obama from Dick Morris and Eileen McGann has also […]
Would Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales have done this for Fox News or the Washington Times? And if he had/has, wouldn’t the New York Times editorial page blast him for colluding to suppress information from the public? For seven months, The New York Times managed to keep out of the news the fact that one of […]
I am glad New York Times reporter David Rohde is safe. But I have questions. Is the safety of journalists more important than the safety of our military? The safety of our homeland? From September 11, 2001 to the present, the terror-tipping blabbermouths of the New York Times have repeatedly undermined national security by disclosing […]
Photoshop credit: Leo Alberti My syndicated column today takes another whack at the New York Times. Outside of the blogosphere and Fox News, the Fishwrap of Record’s admission that it spiked an election eve story on the possible illegal coordination between the Obama campaign and ACORN’s canvassing arm, Project Vote, has gotten zero scrutiny. Fortunately, […]
ObamACORN and the Fishwrap of Record.
Drool Bucket Award.
The Fishwrap Rescue and Recovery Act of 2009.
That’s the headline in the NYTimes today: “Administration Is Open to Taxing Health Benefits.” To which one naturally responds: What isn’t the Administration Open to Taxing?
In in its announcement of the hiring of Ross G. Douthat as resident conservative op-ed contributor, the New York Times makes explicit its employment critieria for any pundit to the right of Dennis Kucinich: You must “steer away from partisanship…or doctrine.” You must “frequently criticize Republicans.” Show a “concern for income equality.” And be a […]
Pathos. (Photo credit: Doug Ross)
The credentialed professionals at the Fishwrap of Record fall for a blindingly obvious hoax. All the dupes fit to print.
Not fit to print.
Fidel Castro gives the American media two thumbs up for clueless coverage and wimpy whitewashing of the 50th anniversary of the Cuban revolution. Henry Louis Gomez at the indispensable Babalu blog (which was recently honored by the White House) provides a handy score card to help you grade the MSM’s Cuban revolution pieces. The AP […]
I launched the Newspaper Bailout Countdown Clock on Nov. 11, reported on Connecticut’s move to prop up ailing dead-tree dailies on Dec. 1, and followed up with a column on the coming government rescues for the MSM on Dec. 3. And now, here comes Reuters, heralding the new year with this: Government aid could save […]
The Fishwrap of Record’s bonds and reputation are in the tank. What to do? Sell, sell, sell! Maybe if they had been spending more on letters editors than on baseball, they wouldn’t have gotten punked. The New York Times Co., strapped for cash and facing shrinking revenue, is reportedly seeking to sell its stake in […]