Tag Archives: New York Times

Barbara Bush Complies With Late Vet’s Wish To Cancel Her New York Times Subscription

Former First Lady Barbara Bush is honoring a late veteran’s wish, by canceling her subscription to the New York Times.

Leonard Smith, 86, was a  veteran of both World II and the Korean War who was born and raised in New York and apparently wasn’t a fan of the paper, according to his obituary:

Leonard Smith hated pointless bureaucracy, thoughtless inefficiency and bad ideas born of good intentions...

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NY Times Comic Strip Suggests Killing Global Warming ‘Deniers’

When apocalyptic cults turn murderous, they become a danger to the public. The warmist cult, frustrated by the failure of nature to back-up their prophecies of doom, apparently is turning to homicidal fantasies, and venting them in the pages of the New York Times. A truly shocking cartoon was published in the pages of that formerly august newspaper, brought to our attention by wattsupwiththat.com and climatedepot.com.  In it, the frustrations of warmists over the unusually cold winter (which US Government climatologists completely failed to predict) are channeled into the suggestion that they use "the 2014 icicle surplus" as "Self destructing sabers for climate change change deniers"...

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BIAS: NY Times Calls Tea Party ‘Nihilists,’ Blames Them For Ending Filibuster

The New York Times editorial board spent Thanksgiving bringing Americans together by ripping into the Tea Party, suggesting that conservatives were “nihilists” because they opposed Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid’s (D-NV) destruction of the filibuster. Republicans, said the Times, had degenerated into a “fit of fury.” Said the Times...

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Lies of Obamacare: Emperor’s new clothes edition

We know that President Obama categorically asserted several dozen times that “If you like your health care plan, you can keep your health care plan” or slight variants. He stood by the assertion until late last week, when, to borrow the lingo of the terminologically creative New York Times “news” article by Michael Shear and Robert Pear — it took two Times reporters to come up with this one — Obama acknowledged that the statement constituted an “incorrect promise.” Let it be noted that Shear and Pear deserves a special Pulitzer Prize for flackery...

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New York Times’ Obama cheerleading harms the nation

Poor Barack Obama. Ending his fifth year as the world’s most powerful man, he is running out of scapegoats and fairy tales. Blaming George W. Bush has lost its punch, and the ObamaCare debacle is shredding the myths he is competent and honest. Still, before he rides off into that sunset of self-pity and low poll ratings, he ought to invite his remaining friends over for a heart-to-heart. That way he can tell The New York Times that its fanatical support does him no favors. Instead, it feeds his arrogance and reinforces his belief that he can solve any problem with another speech...

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Dana Loesch Slams NYT Comment That Obama Misspoke: Can Teleprompters Misspeak?

Yep, that’s a win right there. You see, the New York Times upped the hackery Sunday when its editorial board absurdly claimed that President Obama didn’t really lie when he said “you can keep your plan.” Guys, he totally just “misspoke!” Over and over. Period.

As Twitchy reported, the mockery was swift and sure. And “just bloggers” and citizens helped out the “real journalists” over at the paper of hack-tastic record with a brutal compilation video of all of President Liar Pants’ “misspeaking.

Will the White House now pivot to the teleprompter excuse?...

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NYT Reporter: Obama Admin Most Closed Group Of Control Freaks I’ve Ever Covered

Remember when the media rushed to talk about transparency in the Barack Obama “Hope and Change” era? Good times, good times.  Leonard Downie, who once worked as the executive editor of the Washington Post and wrote a novel about Washington corruption and the Iraq War, finds a bigger and non-fictional problem in the successor to George W. Bush.  Downie gives the Post a preview of his report from the Committee to Protect Journalists which outlines the Obama war on reporters and their sources:

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