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Charge: Fishwrap of Record virtually outed Sandusky rape victim

By Michelle Malkin  •  November 30, 2011 01:27 PM

Will the New York Times ombudsman respond to this serious charge from a fellow mainstream journalist — or will it be whitewashed away? David Newhouse, editor of the Patriot-News, has blown the whistle on the Fishwrap of Record’s reckless disclosure of identifying details about one of Penn State accused child predator/rapist Jerry Sandusky’s victims: The […]

Fishwrap of Record’s resident sap confesses

By Michelle Malkin  •  September 20, 2011 09:44 AM

(Photoshop via Doug Ross) The last time I blogged about David Brooks’s bloviations, I opened by asking: “How much of a tool is New York Times columnist David Brooks?” Brooks answers the question himself in his latest column: I’m a sap, a specific kind of sap. I’m an Obama Sap. When the president said the […]

Faith and the Fishwrap of Record

By Michelle Malkin  •  August 25, 2011 05:00 PM

The editor of the New York Times just got religion: He thinks it’s time to ask GOP presidential candidates “tougher questions about faith.” Oh, brother, where wast thou in 2008? The Fishwrap of Record led the whitewashing of Barack Obama’s wacky black liberation theology pals and freaky-deaky Chicago pastors. Now, the skews-paper is ready to […]

How to ‘Green’ Your 4th of July (Take Note, Right Wing Revelers)

By Doug Powers  •  July 1, 2011 04:38 PM

**Written by Doug Powers It only stands to reason that if the 4th of July is more of a Republican holiday, it must be inherently bad for the environment. I mean, that’s what Republicans are all about, right? Fortunately, an op-ed in the New York Times is there to help “green” our Independence Day feast: […]

Four New York Times journalists missing in Libya

By Michelle Malkin  •  March 16, 2011 04:22 PM

Just awful. Let’s hope the missing journalists are indeed in Libyan government custody and will be released safely ASAP. My heart goes out to the families. Our family knows the kind of hell they are going through right now. Praying for a safe return: Four New York Times journalists covering the fighting in Libya were […]

Stop the hate campaign against law-abiding American businesses

By Michelle Malkin  •  February 2, 2011 04:03 AM

My column today spotlights the left-wing/New York Times alliance against Chick-Fil-A. Anti-corporate/anti-Christian blogs + MSM advocacy journalism = job-sabotaging smear machine. Chick-Fil-A isn’t the only one in the restaurant industry targeted by the progressive mob over the past month. The SEIU has been waging open-borders attacks on restaurant chain Chipotle simply because the company complied […]

The blabbermouth media strikes again

By Michelle Malkin  •  July 26, 2010 09:20 AM

(Image credit: PTG, 2006 NYT blabbermouths photoshop contest 2006) Last week, it was the Washington Post spilling the beans on the nation’s post-9/11 top-secret infrastructure. Today, it’s the NYTimes dutifully splashing vengeful Wikileaks’ massive document dump on our Afghanistan military strategy. The Times tries not to break its collective arm patting itself on the back […]

The Left, bogus war stories, and the NYTimes

By Michelle Malkin  •  May 18, 2010 10:41 AM

Well, it’s good to see the New York Times finally paying attention to Democrats who tell bogus war stories: At a ceremony honoring veterans and senior citizens who sent presents to soldiers overseas, Attorney General Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut rose and spoke of an earlier time in his life. “We have learned something important since […]

A mighty pale newspaper

By Michelle Malkin  •  April 19, 2010 12:00 AM

This is Charles Blow. Blow is an African-American columnist for the New York Times. He flew down to the Dallas Tea Party to see what he could see. He saw what he wanted to see and he might as well have used the new smear term from Tea Party-bashers that I noted last week: “Tea […]

Paul Krugman, Cynthia Tucker, and the unemployment benefits debate, Pt. III

By Michelle Malkin  •  March 9, 2010 10:27 PM

The AJC’s Cynthia Tucker blogged today about a testy exchange we had last summer on ABC’s “This Week” regarding government unemployment benefits and the effect that endless extensions have on reducing the incentive to seek a job. Once again, she mistakes standard economic arguments for moral judgments: “Does the right really believe the unemployed are […]

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