After Urging Restraint After Fort Hood Massacre, Shameless NYT Blames GOP for AZ

After a radical Muslim Army officer killed a dozen soldiers in Texas, the Times editorialized "it will be important to avoid drawing prejudicial conclusions from the fact that Major Hasan is an ...

CNN's Cafferty Slams Pentagon's Omission of Islam in Ft. Hood Report

CNN's Jack Cafferty blasted the Defense Department's report on the Fort Hood massacre as a "joke" on Thursday's Situation Room, singling out how there was "no mention in the report of the ...

FBI Sowing 'Anger and Fear' Among Muslims

The Times also ignores history in defending the Muslim "civil rights organization" the Council on American-Islamic Relations.

Frank Rich Breaks Columnists' Silence on Fort Hood, Chides 'Self-Proclaimed Patriots of the American Right'

The Times former drama critic reluctantly suggests conservatives may have a point about political correctness making the Fort Hood massacre possible, but then goes into a muddled argument blaming ...

Columnists Who Blamed Conservative Media for 'Right-Wing' Killings Ignoring Fort Hood Massacre

An Army major espousing radical Islamic views has been charged with killing 13 at Fort Hood. But the Times' liberal columnists, so quick to blame Bill O'Reilly and Glenn Beck for previous ...

'Fiercely Conservative' Protesters Just Parroting Fox News

Plus: Obama's dithering is actually "leadership," and Frank Rich in modes both gruesome and pathetic.

Times Omits Hasan's Chilling 'We Love Death More Than You Love Life!'

The Times looks at Hasan's disturbing behavior and somehow finds a "mixed picture." And does the Times really find it unreasonable for Congress to demand someone take the blame for failing to stop ...

PC News: Networks Downplay Terrorism, Muslim Connection in Ft. Hood Attack

All three networks mention 'terror' only after Obama hints at ideology during funeral ceremony.

The Times Continues to Evade Issue of Killer Hasan's Muslim Extremism

Two more articles evade the issue of Malik Hasan's religious extremism and support for suicide bombers, in favor of psychobabble about maintaining diversity and the "strain of working with ...
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