The Times Says Goodbye to Lou Dobbs, Attacks 'Greedy Corporate Interests'

In a surprise, the Times devotes a full editorial to the departure of outspoken CNN anchor Lou Dobbs: "He calls himself Mr. Independent, but he is far closer in style and method to the right-wing ...

Eduardo Porter, Past Econ. Reporter, Takes on "Plutocrats" & Hails Nader's Silly Lefty Novel

Liberal Times economic reporter turned ultra-liberal editorialist Eduardo Porter unleashes his left-wing envy and wonders why life can't be more like Ralph Nader's new novel.

Times Conjures Up Public Support for Amnesty-Style "Immigration Reform"

Do the American people really "overwhelmingly" supporting comprehensive immigration reform - otherwise known as amnesty for illegals? Um, not really, no matter what a rabid Times editorial says.

Torturous Reading: Self-Righteous Editors and "The Scary Caterpillar"

What? "To read the four newly released memos on prisoner interrogation written by George W. Bush's Justice Department is to take a journey into depravity. Their language is the precise ...

The NYT's Constitution Applies to Illegal Immigrants, Not Gun Owners

"The Constitution's bedrock protections do not apply to just the native-born. The suffering that illegal immigrants endure - from raids to workplace exploitation to mistreatment in detention - is ...

Obama's Very Name a Soothing Mantra in Difficult Times

Reporter turned editorialist Francis Clines: "The new president's name, simply his name, was just the restorative the enormous crowds needed." And a lead editorial takes cheap departing shots at ...

Not a Parody: "Turkeys Were Being Executed in the Background"

Does the Times' editorial board know where Thankgiving dinner comes from? Its hysterical reaction to a clip of Sarah Palin at a turkey pardon suggests not.

"The High Cost of Harsh Words"

The Times hints a politician's anti-illegal immigrant rhetoric may have contributed to the atmosphere resulting in the murder of an immigrant: "Words have consequences. Steve Levy, the Suffolk ...

Predictable: NYT Endorses Obama. Pathetic: NYT Accuses McCain of Racism

Please: "Senator John McCain of Arizona has retreated farther and farther to the fringe of American politics, running a campaign on partisan division, class warfare and even hints of racism."

Smarties for Obama, Heckling Hicks for Palin

Obama supporters are "the sort of crowd that can cite chapter and verse of Medicaid waivers without notes." Palin supporters are media-heckling racists.
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