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Wrapped in self-delusion.
All the misattributions fit to print.
The national fish wrap of record.
Badge of dishonor.
The NYT’s unethical, biased propagandist.
Hey, NYT: 99.98 percent of all discharged Iraq and Afghanistan vets have not committed or been charged with homicide.
John J. Dilulio Jr. busts the NYT’s wacko-vet myth, which the paper peddled in a Sunday story purporting to show that a disproportionate number of veterans were committing homicide. Writes Dilulio: The Times “found 121 cases in which veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan committed a killing in this country, or were charged with one, after […]
Kristol Derangement Syndrome.
Regret the error.
“We do not manipulate or hide facts to advance an agenda.”
Regret the error.
The New York Times catches up to milbloggers, embeds.
Extra! Extra! Read all about it.
Layers and layers and layers of fact-checking…
Sour grapes: “The prize is not necessarily an enviable one”.
Fit to print.
No, let’s not Move On.
This blog post soliciting terrorism attack ideas by best-selling author/economist Steven Levitt at the NYTimes yesterday has caused quite a stir: Inspired by an article about TSA restrictions, Levitt muses about terror plot possibilities: “Hearing about these rules got me thinking about what I would do to maximize terror if I were a terrorist with […]
The old Gray Lady is shrinking.
“Two levels above junk.”
Wearing an American flag: Not OK. Donating to a White-Flag Democrat: A-OK!
Here’s the Drudge-hyped headline of a morale-undermining NYTimes article just in time for the Memorial Day holiday: Doubts Grow as G.I.’s in Iraq Find Allies in Enemy Ranks NYTimes reporter Michael Kamber reports from Baghdad on a story that’s not news–militia infiltration of some of the Iraq security forces being trained by American troops (we […]